Paul Ginsberg has recently 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.

What is Ohana?

I’ve recently picked up a habit for blogging, and one question I've heard more often than I expected is "What is 'Ohana'?". Usually, this question comes from people outside the Salesforce ecosystem, but not always. I’ve written this article to explain...

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Amsterdam World Tour – a first timer’s guide

Ok, I have to admit to being enthusiastic. On Thursday, 12th April, I’ll be going to Amsterdam World Tour with 3000 others. Why am I so excited, despite it still being two months away? Read on to find out! That said, if you want to skip straight to the...

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Trailhead, unlocking your potential

We’ve met amazing people recently... All of these people were more excited than they had been mere months ago(!); they had learned new skills and opened doors that they hadn’t realised existed, all without risk – what’s their secret? Originally published...

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A User Group Leaders’ User Group

If you’re going to get user group leaders from 3 countries into one room, you had better make good use of their time... Originally published on the Leaderforce blog which is dedicated to helping all those that run or are considering starting a user group,...

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Celebrating the year!

What persuades 60 people to come out on a cold, icy, transport-disrupted December night? Read on! The Dutch version of this article can be seen on the Salesforce NL blog. My thanks to Salesforce for their help with the translation. You can view the full...

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Taking Salesforce Certification Exams At Home

Here’s the situation: I’m in a capital(ish) city, wanting to take my Advanced Administrator exam; it never hurts to have a bit of paper to back up my claims of experience and knowledge. Originally published on AdminHero, click this link to see the full...

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