I would love to see awareness of salary transparency laws grow in Salesforce communities. Candidates deserve to know the realistic pay ranges for open roles.
One of the characteristics I value most in my colleagues is the ability to ask smart, incisive questions. Someone who can listen closely and push you to clarify your understanding of a problem is a priceless aid to the process.
The nice thing is this contribution doesn't require much or any technical knowledge. Sometimes the best folks to play that role are experts in a totally different stack, or aren't engineers at all.
I distrust any SDLC process that involves ritualized communication.
An SDLC that's not built on the basic assumption that "Stuff works, and tools will let you know if it doesn't" assumes the SDLC itself cannot be trusted.
If that's the case, fix it! If it's not the case, why is everyone's time being wasted with updates that just say "All is going according to plan"?
Applications for the second 'Talent for Good' cohort are now open! This is the first registered #salesforce apprenticeship. Submit your application here: https://cloud4good.com/announcements/looking-ahead-to-talent-for-good-cohort-2
15-character and 18-character #Salesforce record ids are equivalent everywhere....
Except certain parts of the Tooling API, where they're inexplicably different.
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