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Salesforce week 7-9

Wow! Time is starting to fly by. Week 7 I took vacation and relaxed by taking time off between Christmas and New Years. I got back into the office on Tuesday following New Years Eve and promptly started studying for my Salesforce bootcamp. The bootcamp is in San Francisco and I spent all of week 7 preparing and studying for that. We are very much into gamification as is obvious if you've ever visited Trailhead. I flew off to San Francisco on Friday and spent all of Saturday and Sunday settling in and watching a lot of NFL. It was Wildcard Weekend so we had 2 games on Saturday and 2 games on Sunday. Excellent!! It also gave me a good excuse to sit in the bar with my laptop, a beer and NFL. What's not to like?!

Week 9 was spent in San Francisco for the bootcamp. Monday was Becoming Salesforce which is basically culture emersion and learning about the Salesforce Way including volunteering. Tuesday to Friday was bootcamp with sessions, group assignments and presentations. We also went to go on a tour to the various Salesforce buildings in San Francisco - pretty cool!! In the evenings when we got back to the hotel around 7pm it was hanging out in the bar with the other participants from all over the World (India, Australia, Germany, Netherlands, US, Denmark and the UK to name a few). Then off to have dinner and more beer before bed. All good fun and a great experience. It did rain all week however but we didn't have time to be outside really so it didn't matter much.

What did I learn

  • When it rains it pours in San Francisco
  • Cmd-Enter submits a Chatter post in Salesforce Lightning - so happy as it is sorely missing in Salesforce Classic
  • Uber is really cool
  • Apparent Embagadero is a pretty long walk from Fishermans Wharf

Status after this week

Trailhead points: 65550
Trailhead badges: 67
Certifications: 4 (Salesforce Certified Administrator, Salesforce Certified Platform App Builder, Salesforce Certified Advanced Administrator, Salesforce Certified Sales Cloud Consultant)

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