One of the things I enjoy most about working on Salesforce.com is that there is always something new to learn. Three times a year we get some new Cloud functionality, bell, or whistle and they are not the least bit shy about making great big changes. The good news? Those big ones (like Lightning, or Communities a little while back) are really easy to spot and track. The bad news? The veritable Niagara Falls of little tweaks and tunes across every dark corner of the Platform that doesn’t show up to the party with much fanfare. For my money, there are a few major parts that see the tiniest changes that can often have a significant impact. Continue reading “Keeping up with API Versions”
Gregory joined Apps Associates after 5 years at a large consulting firm, where he was generally up to his neck in Salesforce.com, designing, building, breaking, and fixing across all shapes and sizes of implementation and engagement.
Gregory lives in Evanston, IL, with his wife, 3 children, and 2 cats where he spends his free time being a Dad and a husband, fixing up his 108 year old house, planning the next family vacation, and planning the next “Mom and Dad only” vacation.
Other than his family, there are few things he loves more than live theatre, a good book, and a semi-friendly game of poker. You can connect with Gregory on LinkedIn and Twitter.