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The Salesforce Job Landscape for 2020

Heres a look at our meetup where we talk about what getting a job in the salesforce landscape looks like. We here from different individuals to see how they got started  with a job in Salesforce and discuss how you can get involved as well. 

Josh Cruz
So with that, we wanted to jump in and talk about what a career in Salesforce looks like and just kind of just kind of have a little bit of a conversation with that. Our hope is today's to was to drive you through a little bit of the some some of the trailheads is kind of introduce you to what it would look like to get started and learning and and starting in a career with Salesforce so I will be speaking with you guys tonight. So hopefully, you haven't gotten tired of my voice yet, but I'm so I'm gonna jump in and kind of kind of kick us off with this. And in a second, I'm gonna I'm gonna invite some people up just kind of talk through their Talk, talk through their experiences, what it looked like for them because everyone has a bit of a different story. And, and it's amazing to see how, you know, so many different divergent paths kind of lead to something that we all get to work on together and there's kind of a community around it. So it's, it's really awesome to be a part of that and to see that so first of all, let me show you a few different a few of these different sides. Right. So first of all, I want to let you know that the Salesforce economy is actually growing by 2022 something is said to be something like 3.6 billion jobs that require Salesforce skills. It is it's growing exponentially. And the million doing million million there's an ad 3.3 million everyone gave me the face like that's a lot of jobs. I know.

Josh Cruz
Oh, that's why there's a be here. Okay. Now,

Josh Cruz
no no no other jobs in America just Salesforce does

Josh Cruz
3.3 million jobs by 2020. And actually, I saw that jobs with Salesforce skills are actually growing 1.3% faster than jobs without sales for skills, which is kind of an interesting marketing tactic a problem told but it still sounds awesome anyway, so we're going to share with you 150 $9 billion of revenue, that's what it became from, of some stuff that's going on in the Salesforce economy. It's the number one tip number one tech skill that pays over 200 K a year. There's 300 k new jobs just this year. And like I said, 1.3% fastest growth. I'm sort of talking about what a Salesforce offer and why, why, why we're even chatting about this. I think Salesforce is a great community of working. Also when indeed took a survey of the best jobs. This is from 27 But number four was actually Salesforce administrator. And number six is actually Salesforce developer for quality of life with average base salaries of about, you know, 90,000 and Salesforce developers about 108. Yeah, and some of these some of these other jobs. So I thought it was cool. They were on the, on some of those lists. And here's some of the different jobs that this there's only a few of them. But here's some of the different things that you can do this there's so much variation that you can do through Salesforce. If you love marketing, for example, like you're talking about marketing, you can you can do that through Salesforce, if you're great with sales, and then the system the software is literally named free. Like, you know, this is this is an amazing, amazing piece of with a lot of different amazing ecosystem with a lot of different moving pieces. We're going to take a bit of focus and point and talk about developers because we love nerd stuff. And and that's sort of kind of where we live today. But yeah, this is this is pretty awesome. There's been 21% of Salesforce def careers and 10,890 jobs in the last 12 months average salary 25 and 18% of those 80% of those jobs that are opening up our entry level roles, so people that are looking for people to actually hop into that. So that was cool. Before we jump too much into, it's talking about developer talking, all that kind of stuff, I want to invite up our first, our first guest, which is this morning. Come on up. So I'm asking Yeah, you're welcome to sit or stand whatever you write all. All I really ask is I just asked some of these people just to kind of tell a little bit of their story. And then I'd really love I'd love for you to kind of answer the question if you enjoy what you do what you have to say yes, because you're in front of people. And then and then two quick tips on getting started with Salesforce. So yeah, so so ticularly

Lauren K.
Sure. So I started working with Salesforce, probably probably about eight years ago now. I was pretty fresh out of college and living and working in Germany. And it was just kind of a little fashion startup for men's personal shopping was the concept. And so we started out with about 20 people, and they had just kind of implemented Salesforce when I began, basically just using Sales Cloud to track different fields just about the men's measurements and what sort of style they're after, what kind of outfits they think they want. And so just kind of as an intern for starting out, I think my main responsibilities were just to maybe kind of go through change some layouts or kind of proofread some of their emails that had different kind of like merge fields that would go out to the, to the customer. And after a while, I really started enjoying the work that I did. And even then there were different kinds of meetups for sales force eight years ago, and I had so I went to one of these meetups and just kind of grew more and more interested. And then just kind of as time went on the Salesforce platform for the company, just kind of became my baby. And so the company grew to about 200 employees, servicing a couple hundred customers per day. And it was just super fun and exciting. So that's kind of how I got started. And then took a bit of a break and then started in on the Salesforce consulting side of it.

Josh Cruz
It's awesome. Yeah, so talk about like, if, you know, do you do you get to enjoy your day to day like your everyday kind of in and out like life? What does that look like? Yeah,

Lauren K.
I really do. The two main aspects that I like I really enjoy interacting with customers and kind of being that bridge kind of as Tyler was saying, between the end users and this technology, which is really cool. But then the other side of that some of my favorite days of the Artist says I don't have any client calls and I'm just there working on some formulas or workflows. I just really enjoy the tool.

Josh Cruz
That's pretty cool. So could you give us maybe one to two different things that you would say like for someone who's interested in, in getting started? Like, what would you what would like one or two things that you would say to them?

Lauren K.
I think the first thing that I would be is, you know, if you had a little bit of opportunity to go for employers to service multiple clients, because the experience that you'll gain from working with all their different use cases really is super tremendous, just to to your Salesforce knowledge. And then the second thing I would say is probably, you know, just just stay humble with your skill set. Don't oversell your skill set, because there's so much in Salesforce that you just don't know and, you know, I still learned something new every week. For sure. And yeah, so just to kind of be on, be honest about where you're at, but even those people, you know, as Josh was showing the stats for there's tons of needs for even people who don't have it all figured out because even that's a tough spot to

Josh Cruz
arrive at. It's awesome. Well, thank you so much. Appreciate it. Thanks for sharing. I also want to invite up, Jake actually so well for Tyler, Tyler, Jake, Java, Jake,

Josh Cruz
Java, JJ.

Jarrett K.
Like the Blues Brothers.

Unknown Speaker
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Josh Cruz
So Jake, kind of same questions

Jake S.
give us two very different industries of the car business. Yeah. And also the renewables industry. I was in up until about two years ago, I was in the solar industry and

Jake S.
we had a change of

Jake S.
president and the

Jake S.
the winds of change different views on how important solar was. So solar really backed off on just how hot it was the the growth really receded quite a bit. And you know, the the opportunities were drying up. The sales weren't exploding the way they had been now 150 200% year over year, and I started looking to an industry that wouldn't make me happier, not feel the pressure of things that I didn't have as much control over. And so I started spending more time picking up Salesforce, and really wanted to pursue a career I originally went to school. My undeclared major coming out of high school was computer science. I got overwhelmed and this is going to be kind of my one of my tips, but I got overwhelmed by how much knowledge my peers had compared to myself. Yeah, because I didn't come from an area where, you know, we we didn't have fancy computers, we were on dial up internet, computer science was more an aspiration than the primary hobby in high school. So I was really feeling, you know, our place decided that wasn't the right thing for me and switched to finance. And then realized that you know, maybe maybe I was right, there are people kind of all skill sets and you have to start somewhere. And really just kind of kept that in the back of my mind as I was learning and going through tripit and that's how I kind of launched my career in Salesforce.

Josh Cruz
So awesome. So give us talk to us about like, if you enjoy what you do if you enjoy your every day talk to just mention a little bit about what your everyday kind of looks like.

Jake S.
Yeah, so I love my my day to day life.

Unknown Speaker
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Unknown Speaker
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Jake S.
Because it's it's just the the challenge kind of of me against the problem. Yeah I love the fact that I am in complete control of my day and in terms of whether or not I can accomplish what I need to I'm not dependent on really any other outside factors for the most part. That's kind of cool.

Josh Cruz
Yeah. And so let's talk about if someone's interested in getting started like jumping into Salesforce like give one or two tips that you would you would you pass along some?

Jake S.
Sure so first one. Chris has heard this a lot is trailhead.

Jake S.
Trail Blazers trailer. Yeah.

Josh Cruz
Your Trail Blazers and that's why you're Yeah, yeah. By the way, I like to use I use the park this window still offers this like the 3d art WordArt nice. So I just wanted to let you know that in case you were interested, they still offer it and it's still beautiful.

Josh Cruz
I couldn't they don't have the curved ones anymore. I couldn't find it. Yeah, I tried. I

Jake S.
would have requested that. Yeah.

Jake S.
Anyway, yeah, trailhead is amazing. That's, I definitely kind of got here on a non traditional path being that I didn't come from, you know, having several years of programming experience under my belt. I came here with, with really no years of programming experience in the real world, just learning trailhead really spending every free second, I have brushing up on Java and JavaScript and all of the facets of Salesforce. And outside of that, I guess my, my main piece of feedback for anybody wanting to launch a career is that you're not going to learn this overnight. It's it's going to take a lot of time. Super easy to get discouraged just because you have so much that you need to learn but just Just kind of stick with it, and

Josh Cruz
you'll get there. Totally. That's awesome. Cool. Thanks, man. Yeah. All right, last last up. I have I have Jared coming up and just want to kind of hear his story

Jarrett K.
substitutive Oh, I didn't want to slide for him. We can we can tend to.

Unknown Speaker
I would like to go.

Josh Cruz
Cool. So I'm kind of same story. Some questions. I have a few extra questions for you, sir. Yes, it gives your three five minutes. Talk to us about how you got into Absolutely,

Jarrett K.
absolutely. You know, it was 2006 I was I was working in an IT position at a dealership you know, locally and the CRM tooling that the dealership had that was industry specific was pretty basic. And I'm going through it and it's not serving the business need my users all the all the managers and the employees were frustrated because it didn't It didn't really help them do their job well and help their customer base it, it made them. It made them accountable. And it made them do extra data entry, which for a sales type is counterproductive, you know. And so I wrote CRM and PHP my SQL locally in it did what the folks needed and the owner here, it said, you know, this is great. But after you're gone, this isn't going to work. Find something that we can use that is supported. So I'm talking to my friends, and I'm talking to my other people in the industry and a buddy of mine who I went to college with, you know, he said, Why don't you look at Salesforce, he was working working for a company by the name of sales genius at the time, they were kind of a pioneer in, let's send out an email and embed an image as a pixel image that nobody can see in the email. And if that web server has a get rich, like a request for that URL that we know somebody opened that image, you know, and that was like pioneering Very friend, you know, cutting lines out, cutting edge back then. But anyways, he said, Why don't you look at Salesforce. And so I started looking at it. And I thought, you know what we can probably tweak this thing to give value add to our employees, right? Because the people using the software and the ones that you know really should have a lot of say a lot of buying. And so that went forward. And pretty soon we realized that we were in a situation where if we were going to evolve the CRM usage, we were going to have to compete in the market space, which in retail automotive, the market segment for CRM is highly competitive, lots of players and trenched. And we launched anyway. And at that point in time, we realized we were going to get our lunch handed to us pretty quickly, and we were underfunded. And so we said, You know what, and in fact, I'll tell you the catalyzing moment was when one of the external grps that we integrated with Which is a force requirement because they have market share. took our monthly, you know, rate of, you know, the cost of doing business with that group from X to about 25 x just overnight, right? So, it was okay, so we get this game so we don't work for ourselves, we work for these companies who control the data. And that's not good for the people who subscribe to that service. And in a poll of our customers, the the dealers that subscribe to those services, which are ubiquitous in the industry, really showed us that the dealers don't even like these guys. But I like the dealers, and these guys like the dealers, so we became a competitive threat. And that's where we are today. And it's exciting because we're autonomous in the industry and we have no other means or motives than helping our clients be successful with their customer base. So in Yeah, that's the free five. Yeah, that's all yeah, that's how I got into Salesforce. Yeah.

Josh Cruz
Let's talk about like, what is your everyday? What's your everyday kind of look like, if you enjoy it, I enjoy it.

Jarrett K.
This is my every day, I work with some of the most amazing people that I know. And we create not just amazing software, but we have fun doing it. And so some of you guys have a shirt that has this logo on it. And

Jake S.
it's

Unknown Speaker
in that cool bar.

Jarrett K.
Yes, I enjoy it. But what I enjoy most about my day is when I walk into this room or that room or the other, and, you know our team has been tasked whether they're local or remote with an objective that is semi challenging, you know, hey, I want you to ensure that we can take this business object and ensure that data rules are enforced in this other business object without creating contentious code. I mean, that's kind of esoteric, but when I tasked my folks with challenges, and they come back with a solution, because when I asked my my team to try to do something, I kind of already have an idea about how it will be done. And I've started learning from my team better tricks that I even though, you know, and that's when, you know, as an old dog, you times come. So seeing, seeing my

Unknown Speaker
seen my,

Jarrett K.
the people that I work with brings, you know, uniqueness to the code base in a way that brings us even more relevant and even more current is, it gets you up in the morning. Yeah, it's exciting. It's pretty cool. Yeah.

Josh Cruz
So I have a few since I figured since you're probably the only one here that owns a Salesforce company. I was going to ask you a few different like, like hiring questions, right? When you're looking for things like that. So what do you think? What do you look for Maybe for someone who's a developer looking to, to, for an entry level position like to break into this, what would you? What would you? What are you looking for

Jarrett K.
fearlessness and passion? I would say that if I were to qualify somebody immediately, that would be the two things that I would look for. And second of all, communication, right. So the ability to effectively communicate and a deep understanding of the current status of technology, right. So when I say deep, I mean, there has to be some relevancy between what's going on right now the technology landscape and what that person has self educated himself on. So when we engage in conversation, and we talked about from a developer perspective, we talked about, right, like, what is what are the standards in JavaScript like, you know, where's where's development going? And having some relevant conversation around? That's very important. Yeah, let's see.

Josh Cruz
So I think you've kind of answered some of these. What experience matters for someone looking to get into sales?

Jarrett K.
Yeah, passion. Passion is a big one. And you know, so I'll share this story. Java, Jake, Tyler, the real Tyler, Matt, all of our team that I've so and even outside of this room, people that I've met when you do your Hello World program like all of us, as technologists have at some point that a Hello World program and it works really cool. And then on your own volition, you actually make it do something else, and something else and then it doesn't work, right. Because you're you're trying to extend the application to do something unique. When it doesn't work. And you can figure out why and give credible directive as to why that's that's a, you know, that's a key attribute of what I would see in somebody who's trying to become a You know, a deeper technologists of us in a subset of languages Yeah, we got

Unknown Speaker
a member

Jarrett K.
you can give us like an honorary position this company for life, you know that around. Yeah, we would love you back but you know, I keep pitching numbers the laughs

Jarrett K.
I won't stop till we get this this man and I have for everybody who's here you probably already know but we

Jarrett K.
you know it when you're in a small company, you end up taking on projects that are bigger than what you can do. And it's kind of like the Rocky Balboa thing where you're on you're up on the steps you like I you know, I'm gonna win, right? You don't always wait. But we've gone to battle and we've kicked some ass together and that I respect you and will honor you. So yeah, anyways, that wasn't a question was

Josh Cruz
all still cool? Yeah. I mean, what do you think like you talked about the future. What if someone's like looking at looking to hop into this Like, what should they be learning? What should they be looking at?

Unknown Speaker
Yeah, you know, I mean

Jarrett K.
Thank you. Yeah. Well, here's here's an example pythons a ubiquitous language in our tech space. Salesforce has created an artificial intelligence platform. They recently decided to discard their entire Python code base in favor of going with go Lang, which is Google's language. And to answer that question, people who are looking to become engaged in modern compute should understand why Python was left and favorite go like that will tell you the answer. Yes, sir.

Josh Cruz
Yeah. So what do you think? What would be some of the best advice you would give to someone looking at hop into into this?

Jarrett K.
Absolutely. Right. The skill set isn't just development. There's an entire industry that that the deals with not just administering and org, helping with Project Management, meeting business objectives. I mean, it's it's a technology subset that covers a spectrum of technology jobs. You know, we had the pleasure of having this week lie working with us who another Salesforce employee who she doesn't develop every day, you know, she didn't develop it all actually, you know, and she is deeply engaged in a technology that we're talking about. And, and so whether you feel that you're a technologist that wants to develop technologists that wants to lead initiatives with onboarding, project management, business development, sales, cycle service, you know, field service, that type of stuff, it's, it's, it's the next generation of jobs, right? It's the we're in the fourth industry, fourth iteration of the Industrial Revolution. What does that really mean? That means that automations key mechanization is defined right? That happened, right, our parents saw that happen. And now we are automators all of us to a person. And if you think about what we've done in our jobs day to day, we have automated something. So that's,

Unknown Speaker
that's cool. Yeah. I don't know. Hope. That's

Unknown Speaker
it. Yeah, that was great. I want to mention and add to that one thing from a development point of view, because I don't know how much Salesforce build support and office culture and the happiness and the efficiency of their employees, and how much money and time they invest in making sure that they're constantly moving their culture, the direction they want it to go. Yeah, and I think companies who don't do that are learning in this day and age, that it's invaluable to the happiness and the direction of your people and your employees. And so I think they live and die by that and I really love that

Jarrett K.
you And I would say to that point that there are in our team locally, and David can speak to this for his team and Cassie, I know you feel this

Jarrett K.
volley in person get to know you guys, but

Jarrett K.
we have thousands of people, depending on what we provide them to make their day better. Right. And so that culture component doesn't just live within the walls of our facility. It extends to our entire customer base, you know, and, and so when we have conversations each day with our customers, and they bring up, you know, pain relief and excitement and those types of things. I don't know, it's a motivator. You know, money can buy a lot. Can't buy that. So anyways, all right, I'm off the stage. Cool. Nice job. Yeah.

Josh Cruz
So I just want to have other questions for me. No.

Josh Cruz
I know. Yeah. I want to see you kick.

Unknown Speaker
I'm putting I've been here

Jake S.
for a quarter fighting.

Josh Cruz
break some bones here. Gladly.

Unknown Speaker
Prior to that,

Jarrett K.
yeah.

Josh Cruz
I wanted to show you a little bit I just wanted to take you around. I want to take you around trailhead for a second. Let me log into a new window here. Zoom in

Josh Cruz
there's not a way to zoom in you have to you have to manually grab it in the sounds good.

Josh Cruz
Login.

Unknown Speaker
I'm gonna walk you out here real fast.

Unknown Speaker
whatever you'd like.

Unknown Speaker
Okay, sounds good. I'm gonna

Jarrett K.
be beverages.

Josh Cruz
Yeah, well, just logging into grab something to drink,

Unknown Speaker
snacks cookies.

Josh Cruz
I want to I want to show you a few different tricks that like I've learned and just kind of walk you through this some of you guys have already seen this there's this some you guys have already seen this and yeah, that's what I'll show you what it kind of looks like so this this is trailhead and and you know, even just doing some research trying to figure out you know, walk other people through jumping into this, I've seen how Salesforce has made a concentrated effort to say we want to open the door to everyone if you want to learn technology like then that you can do it through our through our platform. So I think it's pretty it's pretty rad to do and, and it's an amazing undertaking, and I just kind of want to walk you through right? So what you what you need for trial is you just need a trailhead account for those of you that you kind of know how this whole thing works. And on your own account. You get a follow up somebody knows because actually wrote wrote out how to do this, how to make this this presentation makes sense to you, but there's different what's called trails and and these trails will teach you different skills and sometimes walk through different projects to learn specific things that they're trying to teach you. What it is, is you actually get a little profile so here's here's me right I got a little profile here. And one of the things that's that's huge for trailhead is called gamification. remount near homophony, I'm one on one badge away from from whatever the next right I'll talk to you about that in a second. But one of the things that that, uh, that trailhead has done is they they've kind of gamified the process, right? So you can earn two different things every time you every time you complete a project or a trail or different things like that. And it is and you can earn a badge, which is this handy thing here. And then you can also earn points at each of those points and certain levels. Most of those points or badges will give you different rankings in trailhead as a trailblazer. So I am one badge away from an expedition and then many badges away from a ranger

Josh Cruz
so but that's good guys I'll see that am I blocking it sorry guys yeah so that's that's sort of how that works

Josh Cruz
I've even heard of people using this as your especially people that are looking to hire you and Salesforce using this is to help choose like to pick you out of the crowd as much as a resume would as well because they can see what it is that you're actually learning. what they like to do here is they have a skills portion here that kind of breakdown What have you actually been spending time on so if you've been spending time on the I don't know on something that that does is awesome that you're actually applying for then maybe that might not be the best right but yeah, so that's kind of what that looks like. Here you can see I have a lot of actually have a lot of in progress badges because when I when I hit an issue, I'm just like, I just Go to the next one cuz I'm like, forget it. And then usually I'll be like, you know, taking a shower or like mowing my grass, and I'm like, that's what I have to do. And then that's actually how that how that works without a shower. No, this is this is this is me holding onto the bar or shower, like

Josh Cruz
so. So that's how that works. So like I said, so you have trails here, trails are actually a mixed a mixture of modules and projects, and they're gonna, they're gonna teach you a set of different things. So for example, if I wanted to learn lightning web components, which is one of the newer technologies in Salesforce, that I would go through this and it has, if you've never seen one of these before, I hope some of you guys have seen most of these before. But like, for example, this trail has a project up here, where I'm quickstart, lighting web components, and then there's a project that they will say project great, and there's a module And so in the module, it goes even further, right? Like, there's different lessons that you can choose. And a lesson just sort of looks like, you know, it's going to walk you through that, it's going to give you some examples that you can follow. And then at the bottom of the page there we go. Some of them have quizzes here that you're going to see did you actually read it? And And believe me, I've tried to actually kind of fake my way through some of these quizzes, and just be like, I kind of know the general idea. And then I tried to do that, and you can't quite do that sometimes. And it just you could eventually like this trial and error. And I need to it usually pretty good at making I'm just faking the tests, not here, not here. So yeah, and then. So that's trails. trail mixes are allow you to kind of kind of point your learning in whatever direction you like. And they're a mixture of modules and projects. So that's pretty rad. I wanted to this another thing that Salesforce offers is Cultural head Academy. These are in in person Salesforce classes. Now we don't actually live that far from San Francisco. So if you wanted to drive down there you can you can make it happen. I do have to tell you, they're pretty pricey. The the class I saw was something like 1800 bucks. Was it? Or was it 3838 38? It was 38. I'm sorry. Yeah, 18 would be a great body. So if you're but it's it's intensive, you're there, you're focused on learning. If that's if that's how you best learn then then more power to you. So check that out. When you have when you have a chance to talk to just real fast about Salesforce community.

Josh Cruz
We have some of these Trailblazer communities here.

Josh Cruz
I only have like two more things to talk to talk to you guys, to you guys about and then we'll call it. So some of these communities, the one that I really wanted to show you I actually forgot If you would like more information on the web on the community that I'm about to talk to you about you can email me at Josh doc at Josh at do chase

Jarrett K.
calm there's the developer community, which is really pretty cool, right? Because that's more like if you're looking to do development related stuff, that's that's the community to help you. The generic success community is really like an open group of people who are tackling administrative and general problems. But yeah, there's so their their portal and their their groups are really broken into areas of expertise. Really. Yeah. And if you don't mind my offering, yeah.

Jarrett K.
I don't know what your offers is a community as well as anybody is always welcome to stop by and pick Josh.

Josh Cruz
Yeah, yeah. You have a question about Phillies, the

Jarrett K.
silent ninja in the back. Nobody?

Unknown Speaker
Matt. Yeah.

Jarrett K.
Matt sprayed.

Josh Cruz
One of the cool things is, is when we talk a lot about his certifications. And what I wanted to tell you about the community was there's a plateau Form is a platform developers community group. And they offer webinars that are exact replica of the classes, but except for their free, but they're only a few times a year. So you have to kind of catch them. But they're like a fire hose man, you're there from literally from nine to like three. And and you are, you are getting five days worth of material in that amount of time. But the great thing about those is when you're done with that, if you're ready to take your certification, they actually are going to email you a coupon for like 70 bucks off your certification. So your $200 sort of testing fee is 130. So that's kind of a cool thing. So if that's something that interests you, let me know I will, I will get you involved in that. I'll send you whatever email or whatever, hit me up on slack if, or or just you know me on that. And last but not least, there's always third party places you can check out to learn more about this. We have like things like Udemy or Linda dot com Li NDA or plural site, or focus on the force.com some of those sites right there dream forces, and dream forces coming up. I think it's sold out. So they stream all the good stuff. Oh, they stream all the good stuff. So if you want

Unknown Speaker
it, you can watch some of the streams that are coming up. And it's sold out

Jarrett K.
any like you can, you can start.

Jarrett K.
They sell it out every year.

Unknown Speaker
There's a limited time where they post really good keynotes and really good workshops, where you can find talk, and there's about, there's about a eight to nine month period where you find really good stuff that they they post after the fact and that's where I actually learned a lot on setting up our service cloud when I first did that was a bunch of videos and workshops on setting up Service Cloud, and that's the best resource I found. Yeah.

Unknown Speaker
Okay, sounds good.

Josh Cruz
Yeah, we're actually we're actually heading towards the end of tonight. So actually, before we call it quits, we have some stuff we want to give away. And I'm

Jarrett K.
just doubled up my computer. Yeah, yeah. without power. I'm sorry, but my kids are going to be in touch soon and

Jarrett K.
so I gotta get to them.

Josh Cruz
You guys all came with power you guys, you guys

Unknown Speaker
you will power here I have no power

Josh Cruz
there's any questions about it to something we talked about anything you see or anything you know the email that I didn't mention your chapter. Community

Jarrett K.
excellent work. Thank you. I apologize everyone, but it's like, my kids are the babysitter, you're gonna start wondering. Yeah.

Unknown Speaker
We'll keep you posted on the one.

Unknown Speaker
I would say what are you? twice, twice, twice.

Josh Cruz
Cool. So that's it for all that we're going to talk through tonight. I just want to grab this