Learn how Process Builder can help you manage bulk handling issues, how to move processes between orgs, choose the right automation tool, and more using these tips and techniques from Product Manager, Shelley Erceg.
Here's your invitation to Trailhead LIVE in San Francisco on April 16, where you can learn to build Salesforce apps and get in-person instruction.
The DevZone Call for Presentations is live and will help us understand what you want to present at DF15. Check out this blog for tips and examples to help you build your CFP submission.
Field Audit Trail, GA with Spring '15, expands the field history tracking capabilities of the Force.com platform and provides long term retention of that history. This blog post guides ISVs in how to leverage Field Audit Trail for their customers.
One of the biggest challenges I hear when building mobile apps is "how do I design them?" While there is definitely a art in designing beautiful mobile apps, you don't have to be professional graphic designer to make a good looking app. But it does take a little bit of knowledge on what makes good […]
In part 1 of this Overcommitting in Agile series, I outlined the challenges that can result from overcommitting. I contended that we should prioritize product throughput over resource utilization to ensure we’re delivering features our customers love faster. In this blog, we’ll explore that further and I’ll also propose 11 practical solutions to combat overcommitting.
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In 30 years developing software, managing organizations, and coaching Agile teams and organizations, I’ve observed and coached dozens of teams where overcommitting is a strong reality. I’ve seen sprint plans with planned velocities that were 2x or more than the team’s average historical velocity. In this post, we’ll explore some of the reasons why overcommitting happens and what it results in. Then in part two, we’ll cover what the likely root cause behind overcommitment is and explore some ideas to try to avoid overcommitting going forward. Overcommitting is not specific to any one company.