Report back from my session at #22NTC and what to do when we - inevitably - make mistakes on the way to good technology.
Report back from weaving school! Plus, my most anticipated sessions from NTC22!
During the month of February, I worked with a consultant to move just ONE process builder over to Flow, and it was an ADVENTURE! In this blog post, I will write about some of the challenges, avoided (!) pitfalls, learnings, and maybe even some advice as we, collectively, face this huge change in the Salesforce admin toolbox.
some expository writing to compare and contract the solidarity economy framework and the open source framework. I think they fit within each other nicely but are typically not described as part of the same movement(s). At the end, some reasons why
Snowfakery has come a long way, and so have my skills! Here are some useful Snowfakery and CumulusCI commands/arguments and how to get started generating data.
What is the best way to divide fundraising totals into categories and create charts and graphs? Enter, Jenks Natural Breaks and some spreadsheet magic!
Who enters data? To what extent does their opinion matter? How often do we thank them? I look into these questions, and more, in this post about Dr. King's secretaries.
The database world is replete with options for "validating" data, but there is a huge missing link in our field, which for me boils down to VALIDATING HUMANS.
How did TDAA do at meeting its goals? How did TDAA compare to statistics from prior years? Lots of juicy metrics and reflection in this end of year round up!
StreetStStrSt.AvenueAveAve. How many different ways can you write an address? Turns out... a LOT. Typically, when I am cleaning address data (yes, that's something I do quite regularly, what with being a spreadsheet whisperer and all), I am preparing to either (1) upload a single file into an online database or (2) create a mail … Continue reading How to compare addresses