• Stephanie Taylor 12
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I have been looking for weeks for a lead Salesforce Developer for a direct-hire position. 3/5 days on-site required. Need Javascript, CSS and HTML knowledge. 
Is this even possible? I am starting to think I would be more likely to hit the lottery jackpot. :)
If anyone knows of any (unicorn, centaur, santa clause, easter bunny) what I think to be non-existent Salesforce Developers that fits these requirements, have them hit me up! lol:)
Thanks! Stephanie
I will be getting laid off at the end of the year and am looking for some advice of credentialling.  I had a SF Developer 1 but let it lapse.  I am studying to retake the test in Sept.  After that I am going to start studying for either the platform developer 2 or work toward the application architect (probably will not get that completed before I have to start looking).  My question is which would be more attractive to potential employers?  Career wise I just want to continue being a developer and do not have any immediate goals of doing anything else.  
In your opinion what are the benefits of each credential, and keep in mind I will start looking in Oct or early Nov so I will definately be able to complete the Dev 2 by then but probably will not be able to get more that 2 or 3 of the necessary credentials for the application architect, although I do think I could commit to getting that complete by the end of the year.  

Any advice would be much appreciated.  Thanks in advance.

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