Grappling with my learning journey on Snowfakery. Striving to make the installation process easier is a noble effort, but not to the exclusion of learning fundamental concepts.
I lay out a data model for how foundations can measure their impact on nonprofit capacity building by using PMM in addition to their chosen grantmaking datamodel.
A retrospective on the Emily and Samantha collab + Emily and Samantha tackle cognitive flexibility!
Read on in this blog post to see key lessons I've learned in my first month of using Apsona, as illustrated by GIFs from Schitt's Creek.
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.
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.
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.
Learning how to share mail merge templates with all of you turns into a reflection on The Art of the Gathering, and digital sharing in general.
Do you need to edit multi-select picklist values in a Google Sheet and then import them into Salesforce? I have a script to help you transcend the limitations of data validation!