• Bennie Cloudy
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Hi folks,

I wanna create a new record in my maintenance custom  object automatically when the status field of the standard Product object is changed to 'Out of maintenance'. So could any one please help me in writing trigger for the same. 
I have a custom object called "Project" that looks up to the object "Account" and I would like to create a Trigger that simply tells me how many "Projects" are linked to that specific "Account". Im just looking for someone to point me in the right direction.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I have been into Siebel for 7yrs & planning to move into SFDC.The tutorials online are basic and not enough.
I have a free trial,what is best way I can learn SFDC to mark a career in any organization considering my experience.
Please suggest how to move on,the steps to start of with,the forums to follow,the online tutorials that can help.
Any help will be greatly useful.

Thanks in Advance
  • January 20, 2015
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Hi all,
would love some advice from people in regards to future career. I currently work as a BA/SFDC Administrator. Have 3 years of experience working as an Admin and have both ADM 201 and ADM 211 certifications. Reason why I am looking for an advice is because our company is rather large (300+ users) but I am tied to the Sales department and due to high volume of requests coming from Sales I do not have much time left to work on anything else. I am currently the only one in the entire company to hold ADM 211 cert, and there are a lot of things I can do and help. Don't get me wrong, I love what I do, but I feel like I can be advancing much quicker and learn a lot more if I was able to get more exposure and work with other departments. 
So, in the future if I want to move to a more strategic position and work across an entire organization, what can I do right now to prepare for that? I want to learn more about Service cloud, but again I am limited when it comes to real life, hands-on experience. I do a lot of development work at the moment and planning on tacking DEV 401 in January.

Have any of you been in similar position? What did you do? What position did you move to next?
Would really appreciate any input.
- We are a fast growing cloud based software startup based in New York City. 
- The product is a force.com based application that helps aviation leasing companies manage their assets and marketing operations.

- Implement new features
- Maintain current features

- Extensive Apex and Visualforce programming experience
- Well-versed with various best practices, design patterns, data structures and governor limits inherent to the Force.com platform/Apex programming language.
- Strong logical reasoning abilities
- Experience and interest in the aviation industry a strong plus. 

HOW TO APPLY: jobs@lease-works.com
N.B. Consulting firms, please excuse! This is only for individuals who are willing to join us full time after a probation of maximum three months if you impress us with your development skills!.