With new followers jumping aboard, I thought it would be a good time to reintroduce myself!
DO Look Up! community review of DLRS Release 2.17
This post fangirls Declarative Lookup Rollup Summary, DLRS, pronounced duh-LOR-us, sort of like your old aunt Dolores. DLRS is a community-resourced app that extends functionality in Salesforce to have more "roll up" or min/max/count/average type fields, respecting relationships between objects. Learn more about DLRS here. Far before the provocative 2021 film, Don't Look Up, Salesforce … Continue reading DO Look Up! community review of DLRS Release 2.17
where am I in my learning journey?
Highlighting 5 areas of learning in my personal and professional life.
Rendering Salesforce Flow-based forms with Rich Text: an open source collaboration triumph
A form-building "dead end" turns into a triumph thanks to community collaboration. PLUS (see what I did there?) learn how to build Rich Text Forms in Salesforce Flow with my handy tutorial.
Does your nonprofit struggle with donation receipts and budgeting? The Civil Rights Movement did, too.
A deep dive on the finances of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1963, and what activists can do today to manage fundraising and accounting data.
hello from the plateau
A stream-of-consciousness piece about being stuck in a Skills Plateau.
volunteer management, civil rights style
A peak at several ways of organizing real data about volunteers in Mississippi during the Civil Rights Movement and how to embrace a civil-rights-movement-informed data culture in your work today!
reform vs revolution ii
What can Rosa Luxemburg and Marxist principles teach technologists about how to make change?
generating diverse names in Snowfakery
Exploring how to generate synthetic data that satisfy our demands for race and gender equity
[roundup] extreme collaboration, tdaa edition
I am pushing past my limits with collaborations! Check in with some of the projects I'm up to, and why they are so special.