Hello, Salesforce enthusiasts, we are thrilled to bring you the highlights of TrailheaDX 2020. There was a lot of buzz and anticipation surrounding this year’s Trailhead since this was first the major event to come up after Salesforce announced all their events including Dreamforce 2020 will be remote, digital experiences. This year Sarah Franklin, GM of Trailhead and executive VP of Developer Relations at Salesforce, addressed the opening keynotes from her living room. Sarah chose not to go LIVE onstage at San Francisco like every year to comply with the norm of social distancing. This was certainly a unique sort of conference in the history of Salesforce.
This virtual conference squeezed in all the essence of a two-day Salesforce TrailheaDX experience. Sarah’s keynote address was peppered with a lot of innovative technological announcements, while some Salesforce executives demonstrated new products that emphasize scalability and connectivity along with technical advancements. The Salesforce TrailheaDX 2020 also focused on various issues around the world, the most significant of which was “How do enterprises operate efficiently during the on-going pandemic situation.”
Top announcements of Salesforce TrailheaDX 2020
1. Salesforce Anywhere App:
One of the eye-catching announcements at Salesforce TrailheaDX 2020 was the Salesforce Anywhere App. This Application allows the team to collaborate from anywhere on mobile and desktop devices with better connectivity. It takes the core platform and adds in video calling and chat features so your team can stay updated at every turn. This application is a result of a partnership with Siemens, Tanium, AWS, and Zoom; it will be available by the fourth quarter of this year.
2. Code Builder:
Salesforce has immensely worked over the code builder platform to optimize the DevOps management lifecycle. Code Builder is based on Microsoft’s Virtual Studio and gives an entirely web-based development platform, along with the addition of VScode and desktop IDE. It makes the environment set up an easy task and gives developers all the authorization of the organization’s landing pages and custom links without manually signing in. It is also loaded with all the cutting-edge tools required for active development like Aura, Apex debuggers, and custom LWC.
3. Einstein Recommendation:
Employees can now learn and develop their skills with a simple and effective solution. The Einstein recommendation is now integrated with Trailhead to recommend the user training courses and programs based on their job roles and activities. The more the user uses Trailhead, the smarter, and on the point, Einstein recommendation becomes.
4. Data Privacy Manager:
The Salesforce Data Privacy manager provides an added layer of security to the user’s data. It has 17 different consent objects required to be compliant with to access any authorized function or data. It is a lightweight solution that can delete, anonymize, or port the data. Data Privacy manager will pilot on 1st August.
5. DevOps Center:
The DevOps center helps the developer understand and manage changes in the Application right from the development phase by integrating the core platform and development tools. It will be a better substitute for the Change Set and is scheduled for a release by the end of 2020.
Salesforce TrailheaDX 2020 Keynotes Highlight: Stay Updated, Stay Sharp
To sum it up, the Salesforce experience turned out to be a memorable and highly informative. It covered wide areas of interest; exclusively focused on connectivity and scalability of resources to help enterprises coordinate with ease. And for a powerful finale to this digital event, Salesforce invited Trevor Noah as a guest speaker, popular host on The Daily Show, alongside with Leah McGowan-Hare, where they eloquently discussed the important racial injustice disparities in societies today.
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