In 2017, Paul Ginsberg picked up the blog habit and now regularly posts for the Dutch branch of Salesforce.com as well as elsewhere. Want to keep up to date? You can follow Paul on LinkedIn, Twitter or there’s a mailing list sign up button if you click through to any of his posts.

Community Spotlight: Paul Ginsberg

Ok. This one is short and possibly self-promotional, though I didn't seek it out. Read on for details of perhaps the most significant event that transformed my Salesforce career. As originally published on Salesforce.org's August 2020 #HubCap (aka "10 Highlights from...

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I’m quitting… Because the future is awesome!

I’m quitting… Because the future is awesome!

An early Amsterdam User Group meeting from 2017 Last year, I wrote in the guide to setting up your own Salesforce Saturday: “Running a [group] is great, but if you’re unavailable due to a cold or other equally traumatic life event (e.g. kids birthday party), then you...

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VSCode for Salesforce Admins: A Deeper Dive

VSCode for Salesforce Admins: A Deeper Dive

This Admin’s guide to SFDX and VSCode comes in two parts. In the first part, Introduction to SFDX and VSCode for Admins, I worked through an example that may have sounded like a headache initially, but was very easy by the end of the tutorial! The first post went...

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Introduction to SFDX and VSCode for Admins

Introduction to SFDX and VSCode for Admins

Updating one page layout is easy, but what happens if you want to update 15 page layouts? Or if you want to find out where an email template is referenced? Want to take a glance sideways from being an Admin and have a peak at some of the core tools...

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Coronavirus Support Package: Learning, Events & More

On Thursday, together with my husband, we decided to socially distance ourselves as much as can be from everyone. To skip straight to the black humour, by Friday I was already feeling edgy. I’ve been here before; when I was (much) younger I suffered from severe...

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Dyspraxia Awareness Week

I often write about Salesforce, but did you know how much my attitude is influenced by dyspraxia? (also known as DCD / Developmental Coordination Disorder) During October I participated in an awareness week. An interview was published. Read the original over the...

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How to Network in the Salesforce Ecosystem

Why Social Networking is a Must With a friendly crowd, networking can be relaxing and rewarding simultaneously Do you love going to events with lots of people that you don’t know? Spending an evening with people you’ve never met? Excited by the prospect of making...

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Diary Planning – Some Tips

Diary Planning – Some Tips

Before every meeting we would discuss diary dates. We would play snap a number of minutes (and sometimes days, if communicating by email), trying to find a date when all us co-leaders would be available for the next meeting.  This was a frustrating game and...

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We Need Volunteers! (& How to Get Them)

Is it work or something else? Look at the smiles on these Czech Dreamin volunteers to make your own decision For ages I’ve been trying to work out some of the magic that helps create the friendly, welcoming spirit throughout the Dutch Salesforce community. I’ve...

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My #SecretOhana

My #SecretOhana

Twitter is a place of despair, hopelessness and namecalling… unless you’re in the Salesforce ecosystem 😁. Instead, it’s like the sun has been turned on and the darkness has been banished to the corners! That said, today I’m going to write about a particularly bright...

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After YeurDreamin – diving deeper into the Ohana!

You've come, networked, been educated, and had the opportunity to reflect on your own business challenges and opportunities. What comes next? We’ve got a few calls to action that you might want to consider to keep in touch with your inner Ohana over the next 12 months...

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Paul’s Cloud Integrate Diary (June edition)

Paul’s Cloud Integrate Diary (June edition)

So I made it back from Bulgaria via Indianapolis (see photo above), as one does, just in time for the sell-out inaugural YeurDreamin, with 350 Trailblazers coming to Amsterdam. I’m on the organising committee so I’m keenly looking forward to how the year’s worth of...

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