I’m a C# programmer with a pretty small experience. I’m now looking to expand my knowledge, and till today I’ve been planning to learn writing mobile apps, focusing on Android. My brother however introduced me to Salesforce a little bit.
I have a goal to learn hard for 4 months, and look for a remote job and I’m not sure yet what to choose. It’s important for me to have a remote job, not a local job. Do you think Salesforce gives such opportunity? Do you think I might be able to find a remote job in Salesforce platform?
Thanks in advance,
You chose the right industry!
There is such high demand for Salesforce professionals right now that many companies don’t mind where you work as long as you have the skills!
Remote opportunities are especially available to developers in the industry. Because the truth is, in the very likely scenario that a company can’t find an on-site developer, the company will contract out their work to some remote/offshore team anyway.
This is an extremely rough estimate but I’d say over 30% of the Salesforce developer jobs I see out there are either remote, or open to remote employees. That number would be less for admins.
Anyway, if you haven’t already, definitely check out the beginner tutorials and career info pages. Since you have a C# background already, you’re going to pick up the platform very quickly!
Best of luck!
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I interned at Salesforce, and I was with a team full of developers and engineers. The interesting thing is that our entire team worked remotely. I’m in Boston, along with my supervisor. Our boss worked from home in Chicago. We had one Dev in Southern California, one in San Francisco, two in Seattle, and one in Minnesota. It was pretty cool!
How to answer SFDC interview qusetions from real time perspective without any experience…..I mean a Fresher,
who just know the theoretical aspects of the platform.
I would appreciate any suggestions in this regard.
Here you go!