This week’s tip is for you to become an Integration Trailblazer and give something back in doing so. By learning the basics of APIs and integrations with the brand new Integration Trailblazer trail, you can give back to the World Food Programme. For every completion of the trail before August 31, 2020, Salesforce will donate $10 to the World Food Programme (up to $10,000), so take the trail now and help in upping that donation!
This is a great trail to help you understand how you can use MuleSoft, and more general the concept of APIs, to unlock business data and value. There is a lot of easy to digest content, even for us less technical folk that can help us in helping customers understand the benefits of connecting their data and systems together.
In other news
New Salesforce blog on Transaction Security Policies
A great new blog from the equally great Stephen Garcia on “Getting Started with Enhanced Transaction Security Policies”. Well worth a read on how you can best use this feature to understand what is happening in your org.
Think Outside the Box
I’ve been reading “Range: How Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World” and it has given me some real food for thought. One of the things they share in the book is the “Innocentive Site” which invites people with no real knowledge of an area and challenges them (us) to come up with some sort of solution, or pointer/idea.
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