Q. When you have started your Career in Salesforce?
I first started working with Salesforce in early 2013, by sheer accident while looking for a short-term consulting project. That project ended up lasting 5 years.
Q. How you came to know about Salesforce?
Before I joined the Ohana, I knew of Salesforce only as a competitor to the technology I was working with. When I had the opportunity to work on the platform in 2009, I foolishly refused.
Q. What are your Salesforce expertise?
I have always been a developer, and I carried that expertise into my Salesforce career with Apex, Visualforce, and Lightning components. Through my certification journey, I have learned so much more.
Q. What you want to do for the Salesforce community?
I'd like to show people that they can. Whatever it is they're struggling with, there is most likely a way for them to get there. Knowing that wins half the battle.
Q. What are your further plans for the betterment of the Salesforce?
I'm currently hard at work on a free app, which hopefully will be used as a baseline for admins and developers to build more complex systems with. I'm also keeping a list of community issues that are difficult to resolve, and with any luck, will try to up with some creative solutions for those.
Q. Any ideas you want to share for the improvement of Salesforce?
I wish there was a quick and easy way of finding the hundreds of SFDC legends out on the community and across social media. I keep discovering incredible people I have never heard of!
Q. How much you are convinced with the concept of SFDC Hero?
Every person who shares knowledge, and finds joy in knowing they helped others do something they find difficult, is an SFDC Hero in my opinion. I think SaaSnic's SFDC Hero is an invaluable method of encouraging people to be there for one another, by reflecting and enhancing the appreciation that is generated by the community.
Q. Few motivational words you want to share for the betterment of the new people in Salesforce?
No matter how impossible you believe your mission is, there are people out there who want you to succeed in it.
For a reference, I'll have to nominate my personal role model in my Salesforce career: Gemma Emmett. She created the Ladies Be Architects group, and her blog allowed me and countless others to study through the certification challenges. With that being said, her husband Chris Emmett, is also an incredible individual who stands behind the scenes and helps with everything. He may not be super-certified, but he's a true example who never asks for credit or attention.
Q. Since how long have you been serving the Salesforce Community?
Q. Why do you think you should be chosen as the SFDC_Hero?
You shouldn't, not if there are others who deserve the title. But if you think I contributed enough for the title, I'd be happy for it.
Q. How many ideas you have posted on Salesforce Community?
Q. Complete the sentence. SFDC HERO is.......
A person who pushes ahead of the pack - not for their own benefit, but to clear the way for everyone else.
My name is Amnon Kruvi. I'm a Salesforce Solution Architect, married, and father of one little girl.