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Risk and Reward in the Era of Low Code
Every Salesforce release steps us admins a bit closer to the capabilities that developers have long enjoyed. But are these simply additions to our powers, or are there consequences of this bold new era? I will delve into this largely undiscussed facet of the “Clicks vs Code” debate to present how this Golden Age comes with it’s own unique challenges — ones that may even be HARDER than those faced by our coding friends — and present some tools and techniques for managing the unique risks that come with new Admin superpowers.
Hayley started her Salesforce journey as a solo “accidental” admin in a nonprofit, where she was bit by the “bug” and never looked back. Twelve certifications later, she's been consulting for about five years and is currently working as a Solution Architect at Kicksaw. Salesforce is her second career; she retired from the US Navy in 2012 after 20 years of service as an Arabic Linguist and Aircrewman. In her spare time, she volunteers with Salesforce Military and Merivis to help veterans and spouses find jobs in the ecosystem.
Dennis Baker is a Salesforce Certified Professional who has hands-on experience with the Salesforce Platform. He is actively engaged in multiple Salesforce communities and groups to increase his Salesforce knowledge, awareness and professional connections.
In his free time he enjoys participating in Salesforce Community groups both learning and helping others to leverage Salesforce to improve productivity and efficiency for their employers and co-workers! He is also a member and alumni of TalentStacker, a Salesforce Professional Development Program to fully understand the Salesforce Ecosystem and network to build valuable relationships in the Salesforce space.
Outside of his passion for Salesforce he enjoys time with his family, participating in the FIRE personal finance community, watching Dodgers baseball and being a softball dad.