Send me your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org and you could win…
More and more people are asking how to get Salesforce jobs – it’s more important now than ever to tell you all my secrets for landing that dream job!
Perfecting the resume is essential to this, and to properly teach you, I’ll need a few example resumes.
Hope you can find the courage to send me your resume and potentially change your career path forever!
Thank you in advance!
P.S. there are three open Salesforce positions right now at Google!
I am an entry level Salesforce admin. How should i write my resume. What important points i should highlight.
Are you still accepting resumes for review? I am currently a Salesforce Admin and looking to relocate within the year so will be seeking a new position. Thanks
Send it over!
Hi David, I consistently check all the updates you add to your site. They are all wonderful, however I have constantly come up against a dilemma. I just watched a Demo on process Flow automation which seems very powerful. I have been trying to take more of a developer role by learning triggers and even some HTML, but I am getting behind on Process flow. This tool has a lot of cool things you can create. What do you suggest, continue the trigger route or dive back into flow. I don;t want this to pass me by with all the improvements from release to release.
I’m personally not the biggest fan of flow. Process builder is incredible. Flow, a different story.
Learning flow is tough. You’re basically learning to code, without the syntax. But the hard part about code isn’t the syntax – it’s building the “flow”.
While flow is very powerful, you end up running into some arbitrary obstacles because you have less control. For example, it’s difficult to debug flow. For example, you have less control over permissions and sharing. When you’re building things that are complicated, these things are important.
I think people are naturally learning this. Most orgs I see are heavy on Process Builder and light on Flow. At that point they just code.
On a separate note, I’d recommend learning to code too since it’s a more transferrable skill than flow. If things ever get bad in our industry, your knowledge of flow won’t help you get a job in another industry.
How come this has never got updated? I know I sent you my resume, was there not enough interest? Just curious. Thanks!
Hahaha, it’s still avtively in progress, don’t worry. I’ve just been traveling a lot plus baby duty recently. =)
Also, there was TONS of interest