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Trailhead Heroku and How to Make Git, DevOps, and DX Accessible to Admins

About this event

Save-the-Date! Jam packed double header this night!

Join us the NYC Salesforce Developer User Group to kick off another learning event on Wednesday 05/23 from 6-8:30 pm for an evening packed with industry advice from two experts Ruben Rivera (Salesforce Trailhead) and Jack Moxon (Blue Canvas)

Topics :
1. Trailhead / Heroku
2. How to Make Git, DevOps, and DX Accessible to Salesforce Admins

1. Ever wonder how Trailhead is built? Senior Engineering Manager at Team Trailhead Ruben Rivera will be giving us a overview of how its built on Heroku and how they use it.

2. As Salesforce DX rolls out, more and more teams are looking to implement a DevOps workflow. But how do you bring your entire Salesforce team, developers and admins, into a workable CI/CD flow? What tooling can you use to make sure that Admin and declarative changes are included in your source control system? In this meetup, we'll walk through how to make Git and source control more accessible for Admins. We'll discuss how to use scratch orgs for feature branching and best practices for Salesforce DevOps.

For this event pre-registration will be required to attend.

Agenda :

6:00 - 6:30 - Networking - Meet and greet

6:30 - 7:30 - Presentations

7:30 - 8:30 - More Networking!

Food and drink will be provided during the event.


Ruben Rivera -

Ruben Rivera is a Senior Engineering Manager at Team Trailhead. He has been with Trailhead for the past year, but working with Salesforce since 2011. He started working with Salesforce as a Software Test Automation Engineer that later moved into management. Ruben is very passionate about building, scaling and maintaining apps, with extra focus on test automation.
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Jack Moxon -

Jack Moxon founder of Blue Canvas joins us from San Francisco. He has worked in Developer Tooling/DevOps startups for over 6 years and brings a mix of Salesforce and non-Salesforce experience to share. Prior to starting Blue Canvas he worked at Sauce Labs - a Selenium testing company.

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860 Broadway
New York, NY 10003

[Special Thank You to our host of the event Silverline]


Wednesday, May 23
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EDT)


Silverline CRM Offices
860 Broadway, 5th Floor New YorkUS

Group Leaders

  • Carlos Frias

    Carlos Frias



  • Matthew Poe

    Matthew Poe

    Open Philanthropy

    CRM Product Manager

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