Like many forward-looking Salesforce partners, we’ve been enrolling in the new developer pilots that are hitting the streets now. Here’s some public background links on the various pilots in progress now. – Read more at NimbleUser
The Salesforce DX pilot is imminent, and it’s a pilot with a difference. Sure, DX is a groundbreaking initiative for Salesforce, breathtaking in its scope. Among other things, DX: Moves the source of truth from the cloud environment to source control – Read More at NimbleUser
One of the many truly useful features of the Confluence enterprise wiki are page templates. Along with Confluence templates for sprint planning, retrospectives, and Go-No-Go decisions, we have checklist templates for routine maintenance – Read More at NimbleUser
The Ant-SF buildfile supplements tasks provided by the Ant-Salesforce JAR. The JAR provides a core set of tasks for retrieving and deploying metadata between Salesforce orgs and a Git version control repository.
Moreover, the buildfile supports using task branches, where each task is a separate JIRA issue. Each task (or feature) can be developed in its own Salesforce environment, and merged back into the mainline of development.
Targets are provided for both direct consulting projects and managed package products. For products, either sandboxes or trial orgs can be used with a corresponding task branch.
Folks think of Scrum as an Agile project management system, and it is, but the ceremonies are classic time-management techniques that we see in Get Things Done, SMART Objectives, Pomodoro, and the Seven Habits. – Read More at NimbleUser