It’s very interesting life as a senior developer, as you get to see the world change around our technology in so many ways.
Although I have been an evangelist of Salesforce for some years, I have yet to step into that world fully. But this is about to change as I plan to fully transition from a .NET developer onto the Salesforce platform, utilizing my skills I have learned along the way.
I look at the current state of development and see that Salesforce have got it right. Back in the days when I first started developing you had no choice but to build a solution from scratch, from creating a server infrastructure though to coding the solution.
Mobile is one of the most important mediums for delivering solutions to a business as people’s lives change, commuting more, working remotely and businesses become more of a social family than a 9 to 5 job #Ohana, which I love to see as people spend a large proportion of their lives at work, so it should be fun, exciting, challenging and rewarding both from a business and a social perspective. just look at the new Salesforce Trailblazer community page to see what I mean.
So where does this fit into my life. Well it fits in perfectly with my outlook on where I should be now and in the future. But I want to share my journey that other developers in my field might find interesting and also if your like me and passed the 50 age mark 🙂
I’m really looking forward to the future with Salesforce and helping others in the community any way I can.
In the next episode I will be giving tips and tricks on how to get the most out of Trailhead and brain hacks to make it all stick, so stay tuned.