Hi, my name is Sathishkumar Periyasamy, and I’m a Salesforce Technical Architect working with strong experience in designing, developing, and integrating Force.com applications in one of the top-notch companies. I have experience in re-engineering existing Salesforce.com applications and troubleshooting system performance issues. My Salesforce architect credentials include extensive knowledge of the architecture of the Force.com platform and its capabilities to help customers get the most out of their investments.
I’ve software engineering experience for 14+ years in multiple technologies, I started my career as a hardcore developer and now I am exploring Salesforce ecosystem in-depth and I love nothing more than solving hard problems and building new things for people. I’m no stranger to the dark corners of programming, but anything is possible with persistence, some creativity, and Google. This blog is my outlet to showcase those solutions as well as help others achieve their programming dreams.
You’ll find a wealth of information on my website, including Salesforce Training and Tutorials, Developer and Admin issues that I’ve solved, and even Data Modelling questions. My goal is to provide the highest-quality technical content possible to the global Salesforce and database community.
In my spare time, I enjoy eating out, travelling, technology and always looking for opportunities to connect with the Global salesforce community.
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I am passionate about sharing my knowledge about Salesforce with the broader community. I started this blog in June 2014, but I planted the seeds for this project around 2010. This website serves as a platform to write technical articles, tutorials & explore new features of Salesforce Ecosystem. All ideas are based on my day-to-day work experience and recent industry marches. I hope you can find some useful information here, refer to it frequently, and engage me to let me know what you do not understand or how I can improve these blog posts. Happy Reading!