Have you ever had changes to your org overwritten by a colleague? When Salesforce teams collaborate - making changes to developer orgs, deploying to sandboxes and releasing to production - all sorts of things can go horribly wrong. You’re about to deploy, but your workflow stalls because of a code conflict. What’s more, there’s a bug somewhere and you don’t know who introduced it or when. And to cap it all off, you can’t even remember which set of changes were deployed to UAT. Maybe it’s time to think about using source control.
Get started with Git for Salesforce Admins
Get started with Git for Salesforce Admins and take your team’s collaboration to a whole new level! Not only will Git unlock countless opportunities for improving your Salesforce workflow, but there’s also a very good chance that it will solve some of the challenges your team is facing at the moment.
Git is at the heart of modern release management. It’s what makes it possible for you and your team members to make frequent changes to your Salesforce orgs without stepping on each other’s toes. It gives you a single source of truth and allows you to deploy changes to your orgs more often, more quickly and more reliably.
In the upcoming webinar, we’ll be going over the basics of source control, how to get started and when your team should consider moving to a Git-based workflow. We’ll be taking it nice ‘n’ easy, and we won’t assume that you have any previous knowledge. But you will find out how to set up a sophisticated and automated release process.
Join the free webinar on Wednesday, July 24th
Get Git ready and join Jason Mann and Matt Dickens for this exciting intro to source control for Salesforce Admins. We’ll be streaming the event live on Wednesday, July 24th, at 5:00pm BST / 12:00pm (noon) EST / 9:00am PST. We like to keep our webinars interactive and we’ll be more than happy to answer your questions during the session.
Let us know your questions
Once you’ve booked your seat on the webinar, you might want to check out our whitepaper on Version control for Salesforce. If you’re not using Gearset already, sign up for a month’s free trial here! We’re always happy to look into any specific issues or challenges your team might be facing. Feel free to drop us an email or get in touch with us via our live chat.