Hello Everyone, my name is Dhiraj Wadhwa And I’m here to introduce you to the world of Salesforce. I’m a certified Salesforce Developer with 3 distinct certifications of Developer, Admin and Service Cloud and I have 2.5+ yrs of experience as a Salesforce Developer.
So enough about me and let’s take a dive into Saleforce already.
In this series of blog we’ll learn everything from ‘What the heck is Salesforce’ to ‘How to create a working real-world application in Salesforce’, and we’ll do all of that Step-By-Step.
Who should take this course?
This course is Purrrfect for Beginner Salesforce developers who’d like to learn the concepts and workings of Salesforce easily with an example.
Also I can say that it will be good for Salesforce Intermediate developers who’d like to brush up on their basics and want to learn more tips and tricks to improve their productivity at work.
For every section we’ll first go through our requirements and plan our steps based on how we want our application to look like.
Salesforce is a cloud-based CRM Company; CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management which means that Salesforce helps companies to improve relationships with the customer.
The better the relationship, the easier it is to conduct business and generate revenue.
In order to do that, Salesforce provides a loooottt of services for a various kinds of Businesses, such as Marketing applications, Community Cloud, Service Cloud, Sales Cloud applications, this cloud, that cloud, you get the point..
Any one you ask will tell you the same thing about Salesforce’s scope, is that it is ever-increasing. With the recent additions of Einstein, now people can add Artificial Intelligence to their Business with few clicks of buttons.
What you’ll learn?
We’ll be learning Salesforce configuration by creating the infamous Recruitment application from scratch. While creating the Recruitment application, you’ll learn about many Salesforce features that don’t require any coding at all such as:
1) Customizing the look and feel of layouts based on your preferences.
2) Process Automation features like Process Builder and Workflow.
3) Setting up your own customized security model using Sharing rules, Permission sets and Profiles.
And many more such features..
I plan to make this blog in a way so that it’ll be fun and easy to follow which is how Salesforce feels like to me now.
And I’ll try my best to clear your doubts that you get at any point of time.
However if you’re someone who likes to learn from full-fledged books, I’d recommend checking out these books below from Amazon.
So with this.. I wish you a good luck and I hope I’ll see you in the next post.
Have a nice day 🙂 Bye bye..