On the week of Thanksgiving we go over some new blogs on Lightning and Einstein as well as a list of things we are thankful for.
The Nonprofit Success Pack is relaunched and we discuss it from history to current state.
A special episode to talk about the things we are currently watching streaming or on TV.
A Dreamforce 16 recap and talk about what is new (good and bad) for Lightning in Winter 17.
We are live from Dreamforce 16 with impressions from announcements, sessions, and keynotes.
It is all about Dreamforce 16 and Winter 17 for our 250th episode.
A catch up with on Sandboxes 101 and going over all the Apple Updates from last week.
A CRM summit for non-profits, volunteer bootcamp, Dreamforce 16 and tons of buying and selling (companies that is).
It is a blog-o-palooza as we cover Salesforce Forms, IDEs, and Slack vs Chatter as well as a late WWDC and MVP Chicago Summit.
Recapping all of the "recent" Salesforce acquisitions and news over the last month (or so).
A deep dive into the world of NGO & Salesforce, the who, what, where and some history as well as resources for the new.
A review of the World Tour NYC and a handful of Summer 16 release goodness.
Catching up on some blogs, the NGO Connect divorce and NA14 outage.
Tips and advice for business travel and vacations from tools to process and lists we cover a lot of lessons learned.
Pluses and pitfalls of virtual training, Salesforce objects as Superheroes, Apple Encryption, World Tours and some acquisition news.
Doing round robin assignment for leads in Salesforce and a series of random thoughts that you might enjoy.
Some favorite features of NPSP, Arkus ideas needing some votes and we catch up on news in and around SFDC (Salesforce.com).
Back from a long hiatus and covering all the Spring 16 blog posts that have passed us by.
Another very special episode as we kick off the year by talking about what is on our iPhone home screens, the apps, the planning, the theories, it is all there.
Getting your Salesforce org holiday ready, reasons to be grateful for Salesforce in 2015 and cloud computing predictions for 2016.