Mark Jones Meet the Galacticos

Mark Jones, Salesforce Consultant – Meet the Galacticos

Continuing in our series in which you get to meet and learn more about the Cloud Galacticos team, say ‘hello’ to Mark Jones, one of our new Salesforce Consultants. I caught up with Mark to ask him a few questions.

 

Mark Jones, Salesforce Consultant

 

Hi Mark Jones, can you give us a bit of background about yourself and your work history?

Sure, I began my career training up as an Office Administrator, I then moved into printing for a local school for a while before moving back into Admin and eventually into the Salesforce workspace in 2016 getting my start in the Nonprofit sector. I’ve also spent time as a youth worker and an events organiser, planning music events for a variety of youth programmes in the North East of England.

 

What’s your story behind joining the Cloud Galacticos team?

Mark Jones Cloud GalacticosIt’s one of those stories where it kind of just happened.

I was interested in moving on from my previous role, so I reached out to Supermums as a recruiter. They organised a few interviews for me, one of them being with Cloud Galacticos.

I met with Paul and Neel for an interview and as they say the rest is history. I started a couple of months after that interview.

 

 

 

 

 

What is your role as a Salesforce Consultant at Cloud Galacticos. What do you enjoy about it?

I work as a Salesforce Consultant. So far my role has focused mainly on supporting existing clients with Admin related work, such as building Flows, building upon existing Salesforce functionality and providing end user support. In my time here, I’ve really enjoyed working in a team. In my prior role I was a Solo Admin, so I had to do everything on my own without a support mechanism around me.

 

Do you have plans to take any Salesforce certifications in the near future?

I’m always open to growing in what I do. Currently I’m working towards passing the Nonprofit Cloud Consultant certification, that’s my priority this year. There are other certifications I’m interested in including Slack Admin, both of the recently announced certifications, Design Strategist and Business Analyst and the Process Automation partner credential.

 

You have a busy few months ahead, travelling and speaking at various Salesforce events. Can you tell us more?

Over the course of May and June I will be speaking at Czech Dreamin’, London’s Calling, YeurDreamin’, and Salesforce World Tour London. The topics I am covering include skills for Salesforce Admins, personal branding and Flow. Over the next 5 weeks I’ll be back and forth to London and over to Prague and Amsterdam for these events. I’m also in the middle of co-founding a community conference about Process Automation.

 

At Cloud Galacticos, we’re a remote work focused company, what advice would you give people to make the most of working remotely and staying motivated?

One of the best ways to stay motivated is to actually take some time to get away from your desk. I say this because our health and wellbeing is so important, especially when we live in a world now where it is so easy to be permanently attached to our desks. If our health and wellbeing is in a good place it will have a positive effect on our work.

 

Aside from Salesforce and working at Cloud Galacticos, what else do you enjoy doing?

We have a couple of pets living at home, Jet our cat and Jacks our dog. Jacks is a labsky (labrador and husky cross). He’s a little under two years old and is full of energy, so he gives us a lot to do.

I also spend time with my local church where I lead a Bible study group and support one of our services as the on-hand tech guy.

 

 

 

 

 

Favourites

Food: Toad in the Hole

Drink: Coffee

TV Shows: Criminal Minds

Film: Sonic the Hedgehog

Animal: Dog and Cat (sorry I have to pick them both)

Place to Visit: Keswick

 

About Cloud Galacticos

Cloud Galacticos at City Digital Awards 2022

Cloud Galacticos is a Salesforce consultancy with an all-star team. We are user and developer group leaders, bloggers, MVPs and all round Salesforce nerds. Our company has people all over the UK including Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, and London.

So if you are looking for a Salesforce partner with experience to help you make the most of your org, why not get in contact?

 

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London’s Calling Platinum Sponsor 2022

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Troops – Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #503

Welcome to Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #503

 

Tip 1 – Troops

Troops

This week brings the announcement that Salesforce is buying Troops, the company famous for its integration pushing data (aka ‘mission critical insights’) between Salesforce and Slack.

Actually the acquisition will make Troops a part of Slack, but Slack is part of Salesforce, so we know what they mean!

See here for full details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tip 2 – Salesforce Posse

Salesforce Posse

It was great to hear two friends of the Galacticos together on the Salesforce Posse podcast this week. Francis’s podcast is a great resource with some amazing guests.

The most recent episode was with Ines Garcia, author and Agile Coach.

Take a listen here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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North Africa Dreamin – Phil’s Tip of the Week #502

Welcome to Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #502

 

Tip 1 – North Africa Dreamin

North Africa Dreamin

One of my favourite Salesforce events was my visit to North Africa Dreamin before ‘you know what’ happened.

If you fancy a visit to Morocco click here for details.

And if you have a session at North Africa Dreamin you would like to deliver then why not click here?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tip 2 – The Big Sleep

Welcome to the bumper edition of Release Notes! 574 pages of updates and features to wow you, or help you sleep 🙂

Look out for our highlights post coming soon!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tip 3 – To Have and Have Not

The ‘must have’ book of the year…

Congratulations to Melissa Hill Dees on her new book – Accelerating Nonprofit Impact with Salesforce.

We work with lots of nonprofit organisations, but there is still lots to learn from experts like Melissa, so I am looking forward to the read!

 

 

 

 

 

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Skills for Success

Skills for Success

Skills for Success is a new 14-part blog series. It ‘aims to help Salesforce Admins better understand and develop the skills needed to be successful in their role.’ One of the people behind it is our very own Mark Jones. He has worked with Juliette Warren, and hand-picked 14 awesome admins to contribute.

 

Skills for Success: #AwesomeAdmins

Launched at the end of April, Skills for Success will be spread over 12 weeks. It’s written by admins, for admins, who have real-world experience and knowledge.

Over the next 12 weeks, they will cover these 14 skills:

    1. Communication
    2. Problem Solving
    3. Attention to Detail
    4. Learner’s Mindset
    5. User Management
    6. Security Management
    7. Business Analysis
    8. Data Analysis
    9. Data Management
    10. Designer’s Mindset
    11. Change Management
    12. Process Automation
    13. Product Management
    14. Project Management

 

Story Behind Skills for Success

Mark came up with the idea for the Skills for Success blog series whilst watching an Admin Keynote at Dreamforce ’21. It was Rebecca Saar’s session on ‘The Future of Admin Success‘ that set the ball rolling.

“This discussion around skills really piqued my interest… I decided to reach out to different members of the Salesforce community.  [I invited] them to collaborate with me on a blog series that outlines what each skill is, why it’s important to the admin role, and how admins can learn and develop it.

It was through this process that I was fortunate enough to connect with Juliette Warren on the Admin Relations team at Salesforce who agreed to help bring the series to life on admin.salesforce.com.”

 

Blog Series

So every Tuesday for the next 12 weeks, they will releasing a new blog post that covers each of the 14 skills.

The first four are already available: Communication, Problem Solving, Attention to Detail, and Learner’s Mindset.

We really hope that you enjoy this series, and we would love to hear your plans for skill development throughout the next few months. Please share these posts on social media and get involved in the conversation using #AwesomeAdmin.

Ideally, we want to see this series reach every Salesforce Admin and help them continue their growth and development.

Get more info here.

 

About Cloud Galacticos 

Cloud Galacticos is a Salesforce consultancy with an all-star team. We are user and developer group leaders, bloggers, MVPs and all round Salesforce nerds. Our company has people all over the UK including Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, and London.

So if you are looking for a Salesforce partner with experience to help you make the most of your org, why not get in contact?

 

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TrailblazerDX – Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #501

Welcome to Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #501

 

Tip 1 – TrialblazerDX

TrailblazerDXI’m still playing catch up on the highlights of TrailblazerDX, hopefully I can catch a few of the sessions on Salesforce+.

But one thing the team spotted was a couple of new Certs which will be coming soon.

The Business Analyst cert and Strategy Designer cert.

 

 

 

 

Tip 2 – Ranger Ranks

Another hotly anticipated announcement at TrailblazerDX was the new ranks for those with hundreds of Trailhead badges to their names.

At present, anything over 100 badges makes you a Ranger… but with many people with hundreds, or even over 1000, here are some new ranks to aim for.

 

 

 

 

Tip 3 – New Blog Series

Congratulations to our very own Mark Jones, and his many guests, on a new blog series he has been working on with Salesforce.

Click here for the summary and first four posts.

Keep an eye out for a new guest each Tuesday!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Salesforce Tip of the Week 500

Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #500

Welcome to Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #500 – a Special Edition!

When I started this blog in 2012, the aim was to share some of the things I had learned that week. It was designed to be a quick read, something where my Salesforce friends and colleagues could take a quick glance and hopefully find at least one of the Tips useful each week. I try to write this ‘live’ each and every Friday, to keep it fresh and relevant. And 499 weeks later, hopefully I am managing to do that…but I definitely wanted help this week!

To help me celebrate this BIG milestone, I reached out to the Salesforce Community/Ohana to some friends old and new, to share what their Tips would be.

Thank you to each of my special guests. I really appreciate you sharing your knowledge and experience!!

And thank YOU for reading, replying, sharing… you are what makes this!

THANK YOU

 

Jessica Langston, Senior Director, Trailblazer Community

With millions of Trailblazers around the world, one of the most special parts of the Salesforce ecosystem is the Trailblazer Community. Whether you’re connecting online or attending an in-person community event, the impact of sharing your knowledge and learning from others is monumental.

Be willing to put yourself out there by asking questions and providing guidance. The connections and experience you will gain is a proven game-changer.”

 

 

 

 

 

Ben McCarthy, aka SalesforceBen

Ben McCarthy Tip of the WeekIf you’re new to the Salesforce ecosystem, welcome! I hope you are finding this industry fun and exciting. Whilst routes into the ecosystem are fairly standard (E.g. Entry-level Admin, Developer, or Consultant), as you become more senior, you will no doubt need to specialise in a certain field, whether that is a niche role, product, or industry. 

My advice is to pay attention to the aspects of your role you enjoy. Find out what tasks you find fun, and what elements of your job you want to focus on. The opportunities available in the Salesforce ecosystem are endless, and by focussing on what you actually enjoy, you can ensure you have a long and happy career.

 

 

 

Amanda Nelson, Senior Director, Salesforce AppExchange

Amanda Nelson Tip of the Week

The Community is always there to help you, answer your questions, and share solutions.

I’ve learned so much from fellow Trailblazers, so dive right in, be #appy, and #alwaysbelearning.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evaldas Zaranka, Salesforce Certified with over 1,500 Trailhead Badges

Evaldas Zaranka Tip of the WeekWhat’s the best thing I’ve learnt from speaking to people within the Community?”

There are so many talented Trailblazers joining the community events, and they are willing to share their knowledge and experience with Trailblazers.

In my role, the most important thing to learn is… Active listening from soft skills helps me build trust and understand our user’s needs.

I’m a Salesforce Administrator, so my Salesforce flow knowledge helps our business automate complex business processes and manual data entry. Our users can work smarter, not harder.

 

 

 

Doria Hamelryk, North Africa Dreamin’ Founder, Salesforce MVP

Doria Hamelryk Tip of the Week

“The best thing I’ve learned in this community is to always be grateful. There was a time when I knew nothing about Salesforce.

And I was lucky to be surrounded by people who helped me in my learning. They were there when I needed them to answer my questions, whether technical or more generally about my career development. When I became more experienced, I also wanted to help beginners.

There is an Arabic proverb that says: “teach and you will learn”. I think when you’re able to teach others, that’s when you can consider yourself an expert.

 

 

 

Tony Nguyen, Salesforce Admin and Golden Hoodie recipient

Tony Nguyen Tip of the WeekHi new Trailblazers! If there were only 1 tip that I could give you all. It would be falling in love with learning. I think this is one of the most important aspects when it comes to Salesforce and the Tech industry.

The world is always evolving and technology does at an even greater speed. Falling in love with learning would help you adapt to those changes!

 

 

 

 

 

Heather Black, CEO Supermums

Heather Black Tip of the WeekMy top tip would be that every Salesforce professional should have not only have the technical knowledge, but also professional training and skill set of business analysis, agile project management and change management to successfully implement Salesforce successfully and achieve high user adoption.

In my experience it’s the lack of application of these professional skills that causes Salesforce projects to go wrong. So if you are starting out or progressing in your career then make sure you invest in suitable training to ramp up your knowledge beyond Salesforce certifications.

 

 

 

 

Marciana Davis, Independent Salesforce Consultant, and Salesforce MVP

The best thing I learned from the community is to have faith and believe in yourself. You will have obstacles that will make a lot of noise, just make sure your dreams are louder.

The things you do matter and don’t ever forget that!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zahra Bahrololoumi, CEO Salesforce UK&I

Zahra Bahrololoumi Tip of the WeekQ. What is the one free app/tool you can’t live without?

For me – and so many of my Salesforce colleagues – it would have to be Slack. We’re in an all-digital, work from anywhere world, and Slack really is our digital HQ. I love that I can send a video update, connect easily to anyone, create a group, prioritise my top channels, share files – the list goes on!

And some stats – for our Salesforce colleagues emails sent per user, per day are down 46% and individual and team productivity went up 16% and 13%, respectively. What’s not to love!

 

 

 

Melissa Hill Dees, Co-Founder of NonProfit Dreamin, Salesforce MVP

Melissa Hill Dees Tip of the Week“Automate what can be automated so humans have more time to do what should not be automated. Participate in an Open Source Community Sprint whether you are a brand new Salesforce admin or a seasoned veteran architect; everyone can learn and contribute!

And, remember:  501(c)3 is a tax designation–NOT a business model. Don’t forget to leverage all the standard corporate Salesforce tools as well as Nonprofit Cloud. #domoregood”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lizzy Roberts, Manager of Global Community Engagement at Salesforce.Org

Lizzy Roberts Tip of the Week“Ask for help and don’t go it alone! There are no silly questions and there is an amazingly supportive community to help you find answers. There is SO much knowledge in the Salesforce community, whether virtually in the Trailblazer Community or in person at a user group that there is truly always someone ready to offer a helping hand (or even just to say hi!). Two specific groups I would recommend are the 1) Salesforce.org Hub and 2) Coffee Chats in the Trailblazer Community.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

And finally…

Leah McGowen-Hare, SVP Trailblazer Community

Leah McGowen-Hare Tip of the Week“Never. Stop. Learning! Take full advantage of the free access to learning that Salesforce offers. On Trailhead, you can learn tech skills, business, and soft skills, then test your knowledge with hands-on challenges and earn credentials. On Salesforce+, you can tune into virtual learning content for business professionals and inspiring original series, like Trailblazer.

The best part is, that you don’t have to go on this journey alone. Tap into the amazing Trailblazer Community – a global network of people who want to help. With access to learning content, incredible stories of inspiration, and a global community cheering you on, all you need to bring is your determination!”

 

 

 

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dreamOle 2022

dreamOle 2022

dreamOle is a Salesforce ‘community-led conference across Spain, closing the gap and sharing equal opportunities across the territory.’ It’s also a great ‘opportunity to meet and connect with prominent members and influencers of the Spanish and European Salesforce community.’ And we’re proud to announce that our COO, Paul Battisson, will be flying out later this week to do a session at the event.

 

dreamOle: Paul’s Session

Paul’s session will be ‘10 Things Every Salesforce Consultant Can Learn From Jurassic Park.’

“I’m really looking forward to giving this talk as it’s less techie than many of those I give and is also a little more fun and tongue-in-cheek, although there is a serious message. Jurassic Park is a fantastic movie that a lot of people will remember and recognise, and hopefully I can make people smile whilst giving some good advice.”

dreamOle is also one of my favourite events. I am very fortunate to be good friends with a lot of the Spanish Ohana. The chance to catch up with them, enjoy a cerveza and chat Salesforce is too good to pass up!

 

dreamOle: Details

Friday 22nd April 2022

Madrid (Hotel NH Ventas), Spain

Sold Out

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get the latest news from their Twitter and website.

If you can’t make it to Madrid for dreamOle, Paul will also be doing a session at London’s Calling in June. 

 

About Cloud Galacticos 

Cloud Galacticos is a Salesforce consultancy with an all-star team of user and developer group leaders, bloggers, MVPs and all round Salesforce nerds. We have people all over the UK including Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, and London.

So if you are looking for a Salesforce partner with experience to help you make the most of your org, why not get in contact?

 

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Slack Certs – Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #499

Welcome to Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #499

 

Tip 1 – Slack Certs

Slack CertsWant to build up your Slack cert skills and get recognition for your knowledge?

Slack is becoming part of our everyday work tool, so it’s always good to get the most out of it.

Visit this site, register for Skills ‘Trails’, then take your Admin/Developer Certs.

Then you can join Credential Holder Library and show off your skills to the world.

 

Tip 2 – Formula Updates

Hot News straight from the Salesforce CTO Steve Tamm, here are 2 big updates to Formulas…

First that the maximum size had tripled (here is the outdated Help page, in case you want to know what this 5k to 15k change refers to).

And secondly, there will be new formula functions like “ASCII, CHR, DAYOFYEAR, INITCAP, SIN/COS/TAN, ASIN…, ISOWEEK, ISOYEAR, UNIXTIMESTAMP, FROMUNIXTIME, PI, TRUNC. Maybe FORMATDURATION and IFERROR”

 

 

Tip 3 – Happy Easter

I hope you and your families & friends have an enjoyable Easter!

Here’s the worlds cutest fluffy bunny!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Only ONE more Tip of the Week till I reach my #500th edition (NEXT WEEK)!

 

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Priyanka Miryalkar, Meet the Galacticos

Priyanka Miryalkar, Mulesoft Lead Developer – Meet the Galacticos

 

Welcome to the latest in our series of Meet the Galacticos blogs to learn more about our growing Cloud Galacticos team. Say ‘hello’ to Priyanka Miryalkar, one of our few recent recruits. We caught up with Priyanka to ask her a few questions.

 

Priyanka Miryalkar, Mulesoft Lead Developer

 

Hi Priyanka, can you give us a bit of background about yourself and your work history?

I’m from an IT background  from a small town in India. After my education I moved to the city and after so many hurdles joined start-up companies and product based companies in my journey and learned a lot.

I have more than ten years of experience in the IT industry. I initially started my career as a tester, then moved to middleware technologies, scripting like Node.js, Mule4, Javascript, and queuing servers like activeMQ.

My relevant experience is six plus years of experience on integration platforms and worked with different companies on integration roles. My last role was with Hitachi Vantara India. I worked as Senior integration lead where I used to be a solo contributor from offshore on Mulesoft integration. It involved different projects with internal and external clients, including participated onshore go-lives with the salesforce development and admin team.

 

What’s your story behind joining the Cloud Galacticos team?

Priyanka Miryalkar, Cloud GalacticosI always wanted to have a learning experience in my career. Also to make sure any company I joined should have that learning curve and should also have that family time.

When I spoke to Phil and Paul, it felt good and they gave me that confidence to take on this role. I think Cloud Galacticos is a place where I can leverage my skills and also learn new things.

 

 

 

 

 

What is your role as a Mulesoft Lead Developer at Cloud Galacticos, and what do you enjoy about it?

  1. Responsible for programming and software development using various programming languages and related tools and frameworks, reviewing code written by other programmers, requirement gathering, bug fixing, testing, documenting and implementation.
  2.  Understand and implement Dataweave scripts. Deploy APIs to Cloudhub.
  3.  Mule applications developed to connect third parties APIs easily and quickly. Regardless of various technologies used by applications, Mule ESB enables easy integration of applications, enabling them to exchange data.
  4. Had enablement calls with Podpoint team and with MuleSoft team. Onboarded few resources and allocated stories together and worked on it.
  5. I enjoy working with multiple people because integration is all about engaging so many teams and demonstrating the applications.

 

Do you have plans to take any Salesforce certifications in the near future?

I have very good experience working with salesforce sales and services cloud from the past. So, I have already done my admin certification on salesforce. I’m also a Mule 4 certified developer. However, I am planning to do the Architect level certification on Mulesoft later this year. And if required I’ll look into more Salesforce certs.

 

Aside from Salesforce and working at Cloud Galacticos, what else do you enjoy doing?

I spend most of my days in front of a computer which isn’t the healthiest thing. I try to minimise screen time where possible. So I try to spend as much time with nature – gardening, or going for walks. I also enjoy reading books on human psychology, cooking, and just hanging out with family and friends. I really miss my large family back in India, I have long video calls with them almost everyday.

 

Anything else you want to add?

Priyanka Miryalkar LondonI celebrated my one year wedding anniversary in the UK, but I haven’t had the chance to explore many places.

I’m planning to go on vacation this summer – it’d be great to get few suggestions on budget-friendly places to visit in the UK!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Favourites:

Food: Chicken and Mutton Biryani anytime ,chicken, seafood

Drink: Anything non alcoholic 

TV Shows: Young Sheldon, Steve Harvey shows and lots of drama series from Netflix and amazon prime

Film: I think my all time favourite movie is Argo, Schindler’s List, and the Terminal and a few fantasy movies. 

Animal: Dogs and Cows

Place to Visit: India always (especially Hyderabad)

 

About Cloud Galacticos

Cloud Galacticos is a Salesforce consultancy with an all-star team. We are user and developer group leaders, bloggers, MVPs and all round Salesforce nerds. Our company has people all over the UK including Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, and London.

So if you are looking for a Salesforce partner with experience to help you make the most of your org, why not get in contact?

 

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Pardot – Phil’s Salesforce Tip of the Week #498

Welcome to my Salesforce Tip of the Week #498

Tip 1 – No Pardot Tattoos

PardotJust as people started to pronounce it properly, we wave goodbye to Pardot – and say hello to the catchily named ‘Marketing Cloud Account Engagement’.

The general aim of some pretty big rebranding is ‘to integrate Marketing Cloud into one unified platform‘.

Read the full post here, so you don’t miss out, or get the wrong logo inked on your body!

 

 

 

 

Tip 2 – Mulesoft

MulesoftAt Galactico Towers we are working more and more in the MuleSoft world as well as Salesforce.

If you are doing similar you will probably want to get involved in the MuleSoft community too.

Click here for a summary and links to their Community pages, Events listings, and Mentor/Ambassador programs.

 

 

 

Tip 3 – No a Sprint

Not a SprintSo it’s nearly 500 weeks since I started this blog, thank you for all your support and feedback over the years!!

Last Sunday I reminded myself, that life is more of a marathon than a sprint!

Have a great weekend.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Only TWO more Tip of the Weeks till I reach my #500th edition..!

 

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