With so many companies in need of Salesforce customizations, there are a lot of Salesforce development jobs available. And that demand is only increasing.
Learning Salesforce dev will surely get you into a really good position in your career. Because of the high demand for Salesforce developers, the more you grow in Salesforce capabilities, the greater your paycheck will increase.
So, how do you become a Salesforce developer?
Lead Salesforce Instructor at DevMountain, Scott Purcell, recently sat down with Systems Architect at Simplus, Anthony Heber, to talk about what it takes to become a Salesforce developer. See below for their recorded discussion.
Heber suggests finding a mentor that can teach you what they know about Salesforce, self-educating yourself with online tools, attending a coding bootcamp, and doing whatever you can to earn Salesforce certifications.
Ok, so now I’m a Salesforce developer. Now what?
Finding jobs always takes some work. Lucky for you, there is a lot of need for Salesforce developers, especially in tech areas, and not a lot of supply. But, to set yourself even more apart, Heber suggests becoming an excellent problem solver. Find opportunities to hit a wall, and work hard to get over it. Sharing those success stories in your interviews will set you apart from the rest.