Hi there, thanks for visiting this page & interested to know more about me.
I’m Jitendra Zaa, a Certified Technical Architect & 9 times Salesforce MVP working on the Salesforce Platform since 2008. I have around 32 Salesforce Certifications & few Accredited Partner Credentials. In 2016, got a chance to write a book on Apex design patterns. I have also created a video course on Udemy around Mastering Salesforce DX, which I think is an important topic for any Architect to know in depth. I have been a technical reviewer of many Salesforce books like Enterprise patterns in Salesforce, Introduction to Chatter, Visualforce cookbook, Mastering Salesforce CRM Administration, etc.
I take pride in working with customers to solve the most challenging problems in their organization around Salesforce implementations. Currently, I’m leading Salesforce Technical Architects in IBM, North America Region. I’m responsible for setting up best practices, and processes, enabling Architects on the latest and greatest features on the platform, conducting Architect Review Boards, and trying to build one of the best Salesforce Delivery teams.
When I get time, I try to help future CTA’s in their journey with the help of my buddies at CTAGoF.com.
Writing technical blogs, learning new programming languages, and frameworks, and sharing my findings with others are some of my hobbies. The more I learn, the more I understood how little I know, and that drives me to dig into technology and languages to explore.
All the articles written are from my past experience and learning. I would never write a blog post for just sake of writing. Trailhead is a great resource if you want to know anything about programming, configuration, integrations, etc in Salesforce.
I have working experience with many programming languages and technologies other than Salesforce which includes Java, C#, ASP.Net, PHP, etc. You could find some of my public repositories on my GitHub account, feel free to drop a comment if you need any assistance on those repositories.
Disclaimer: This is a personal weblog. The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer or Salesforce.com.