Missed Dreamforce this year?
No worries – I attended live this year and summarize everything you need to know! All the key product announcements, the concert, and of course, the swag.
Here’s a sampling:
Shoutout to everyone who stopped to say HI! Always appreciate you!
Hope things can get back to normal next Dreamforce! You bet I’ll give out a bunch new style t-shirts!
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Hey David hope your well and thriving, really looking forward to your next video. Would you take a second look at someone’s resume with 30 salesforce credentials? Do you think the roi for salesforce credentials will be even bigger going into 2021.
30 certs? Yup they’d prob get an interview!
David salesforce told me I can still apply even if it says required if my extensive experience align still with the job passing the degree will be overlooked if my extensive experience and skills suffices. I’m way happy I took your advice your a true man of Wisdom. I’m going strong on my salesforce admin cert. do you have any tips for beating the application tracking system still if it says required and I know I can still apply without, do I just directly send my resume and cover letter to a recruiter?
Thanks you from the bottom of my heart, dead serious can’t thank you enough your tremendous, really looking forward to your next video.
Cheers! Make sure all the keywords in the job description are well represented in your resume. Also, try to get a referral. Good luck!
Could I say in lieu of a bachelors degree 10 years of experience something along those lines?
Thanks so very much’
I just wouldn’t bring up the degree thing. I’d just exclude it honestly and let the experience speak for itself
I seriously can’t thank you enough, I truly look up you.
All the best always , Breck
David I believe in myself more then anything, I got told by a lot of salesforce recruiters I can still apply even if it says required. Educations is important but a degree should never disqualify someone if they have the equivalent experience to suffice don’t you agree?
I want to go to Dreamforce next year because my parents recently moved in with me, I work from home, and I really really need to get out of my house.
Seriously though, I want to go to Dreamforce next year because it always inspires me when I’m in a “How will I ever learn all these new features” funk. Seeing some of the great sessions by yourself, David, and others like Steve Mo, who have been in the ecosystem for some time, but haven’t lost their enthusiasm are inspiring. And, San Fran is pretty darn close to wine country.
Love your content as always if I have crm management experience can I take the cta. Don’t you gain cta experience by getting all your required certs. What are the requirements to take the cta? Salesforce just recommends experience it says customer facing roles required which I have would I be eligible to take it with my other certs. I’m going strong on my admin right now?
Wishing you nothing but the best Breck
I want to go to Dreamforce next year because I got involved with Salesforce the Fall before COVID and I’ve never had the chance to attend any way but virtually. I’ve heard awesome things about the in-person event in previous years and I want to be a part of that energy.
I don’t think job requirements even if it says required are for sure required if you can prove you can do the job and have equivalent experience and abunch of salesforce certs I still think you can get the job at salesforce.
I want to go to Dreamforce next year because it truly is a place where dreams come true, I think I will be inspired enough to finally take the push of pursuing a Salesforce dev career.
Wish you the best Beenish!
I want to go to Dreamforce next year because I want to attend the crazy-ass parties, yeah, shouldn’t be prio number one, but what can I say?
I want to go to Dreamforce next year because I want to connect to all the Salesforce Ohana, my fellow Community Group Leaders and learn, learn, learn!
I hear the parties are nuts!!! So I’ve heard. =)
I want to go to Dreamforce next year because meeting friends, colleagues, and even “frenemies” in person elevates us all!
Also, I’d love to be able to meet David in person and let him be able to pass Ruth the Elephant on to the next party animal DF attendee.
Very generous of you!
I really want to go to Dreamforce becoz the more i know i cannot afford to go the more i feel I want to go.
I want to go to Dreamforce next year because I want to geek out with other amazing Salesforce customers and experience the comradery of meeting other Salesforce professionals from around the world.
I want to go to Dreamforce next year because
– I get to meet my Ohana in person, a reality check from all the virtual sessions, webinars Salesforce puts together. I met you (David) in one of the past Dreamforces when he inspired me to work on my certification, the best career advice I’ve had ever!
– it reminds you of how enormous Salesforce is as an application and a product. Puts things in perspective, when you attend product sessions and you realize it’s not how you perceive Sales or Service cloud (how you use it at your workplace).
– You learn something new everyday. In Salesforce and otherwise. I learnt the power of meditation when Salesforce introduced those sessions in Dreamforce 2019 :)
I want to go to Dreamforce next year because . . .
I am new to the Salesforce universe, and I would love to join in the festivities, meet new people and gain awesome contacts (like you David). I did watch a good bit of the online Dreamforce and it seems very informative and it was great getting to see the concerts and see the Salesforce team member. It looks so cool! It would also be awesome to meet you, David.
I am like you and I’d love my first bit of swag. Not picky – I’d love a pen – a shirt – a hat – or a plushie
Keep it up David, I’ve enjoyed learning with you!
I want to go to Dreamforce next year because of three reasons:
1, Meeting people (both from Salesforce – and just as importantly elsewhere) that you would never otherwise come across, giving different perspectives and friendships within the entire Salesforce ecosystem.
2, Drinking the cool-aide always helps remind me of the awesomeness of the Salesforce platform and what’s possible, rather than some of the day-to-day frustrations of helping organisations with cultural change! I then get to bring that energy back home.
3, As a huge huge bonus you do get to have the informal chats and hear first-hand the reasons why certain things are done in a particular way (or not done at all!), helping inform me and the decisions I make.
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