I am sure lots of visitors reading this post commutes to office almost daily either by own car or public transport. I use my leisure by listening Salesforce podcasts mostly. There are many Salesforce podcast maintained by awesome admins and developers globally. They dedicates lots of effort and time around planning every episode, try not to be biased, putting thoughts in funny and practical way, discussing about latest problems and solutions on Salesforce ecosystem, inviting special guests. Every day after listening new podcast from these channels, I get push and motivated to do more, contribute more and gain more knowledge.
At least I can do by this post is to introduce all fantastic available podcast and their host, who are taking so much effort to bring voices, news and thoughts all around in our loving Salesforce community.
So, below are list of all my favorite Salesforce podcasts :
Salesforce Way podcast is maintained and run by Xi Xiao. Its ultimate one stop solution for all Salesforce developers to learn & listen about latest trend in eco system.
Xi Xiao also maintains Youtube and Blog on his website along with Podcast.
@Code_Coverage podcast is hosted by “Matt Lacey” and “Steven Herod“. I never miss episodes from this podcast and it covers mostly topics related to developers and technical architects. We have around 28 episodes in podcast.
Matt Lacey (@laceysnr) is a Salesforce MVP, Certified Advanced Developer and the Co-Founder of S.P Keasey Trading Co. and Proximity Insight. When not hacking away at all things on the Salesforce1 Platform Matt tinkers with old Atari computers and works on his first development passion – Games Development.
Steven Herod (@sherod) is a Salesforce MVP, Certified Advanced Developer and the Technical Director for Cloud Sherpas in Asia-Pacific and Japan region. When not coding he’s drawing on whiteboards and explaining to customers how to get the best out of the Salesforce platform. Steven is very polite , always happy to help and one of few elite members of “Certified Salesforce Technical Architect”.
This podcast has released around 232 episodes at the time of writing this post, mainly focused on Salesforce and other related technologies hosted by “Jason” and “Justin“. This podcast contains variety of topics and news going around community, I recently started listening this podcast and enjoy it much.
Jason Atwood is a Salesforce MVP and founding member of Arkus, Inc after over 15 years in technology and business development in the Financial Services industry. After implementing cloud computing solutions at large enterprise companies, Jason sought to bring those economies of scale to any organization, no matter what size.
Justin Edelstein is also a Salesforce MVP and founding member of Arkus, Inc., having spent time in such diverse markets as Sport Management, Financial Services, and Education Reform not for profit organizations Justin realized that Cloud Computing can be leveraged for companies of all sizes and missions.
This podcast entirely talks about Service cloud of Salesforce. This is very new podcast and they have just released 1st episode last week. I am very much excited about this podcast as I have worked almost 2 year on Service cloud in Manila (Philippines) and know its capacity and importance of getting right tool to be used by call center agents to “close a case”. This podcast is hosted by and Jeff Grosse (@CRMFYI) and Cheryl Feldman (@CherFeldman)
I am sure you know awesome admin Cheryl (@CherFeldman) already. she has been in the Salesforce ecosystem since 2004 starting out as a “Solo Admin” who now currently leads a team of Salesforce Admins at GSD Company building cool things in the clouds. Cheryl first migrated a support team onto salesforce in 2006 and quickly learned the power of the Service Cloud. She loves bringing efficiency to service, support and operational teams using both technology and service methodologies. Cheryl is also a Salesforce MVP and Salesforce User Group Leader in NYC.
Jeff (@CRMFYI) has 17+ years of contact center and CRM experience. He leads the Salesforce Service Cloud Practice for Appirio, one of the largest Salesforce systems integrators around. Jeff has an enthusiasm that’s contagious, which is why getting to hear his passion for service excellence in audio form should help get you psyched with what is possible using Service Cloud. Jeff is part of the inaugural Salesforce MVP class and helps make heroes of those around him using awesome tools like Service Cloud and Evernote.
This podcast is hosted by Matthew Morris (@matmorris). Recently podcast related to IoT was added and I loved listening that episode. Currently around 6 episodes are available in feed for this podcast.
Matthew Morris (@matmorris) is co-leader of the London Salesforce Admins User Group and a Salesforce MVP. Technology Flows is a blog and podcast for capturing and discussing how the technology of the future is probably already here, it’s just not being used in all the right places yet! In the Technology Flows podcast he speak with the people who are creating or using technology to achieve their goals in business and for the greater good.
@gooddaysirpdcst is hosted by Jeremy Ross (@jeremyross) and John De Santiago (@johndesantiago). Thing I love about this podcast is not necessary they will talk all good stuff about Salesforce, I have also seen them talking about other side of Salesforce sometimes and it does makes sense. They are very entertaining and honest in delivering thoughts on any topic. It has almost 62 episodes available in feed.
Jeremy Ross (@jeremyross) is based in Texas and works on system architecture consulting, Force.com development, custom integration services and general Salesforce.com implementations.
John De Santiago (@johndesantiago) is Salesforce MVP, Salesforce Certified, Developer and Blogger at iterativelogic.com
@yappexchange podcast is hosted by sharif shaalan (@Sharif_Shaalan), philip nelson (@almostthor) , and shivanath devinarayanan (@shivanathd). This podcast covers many different topics related to Admin and Salesforce community. Currently this podcast has around 16 episodes available in feed.
Sharif shaalan is a Salesforce MVP, Architect , Consultant and blogger at agilecloudconsulting.com. In 2010 he formed Agile Cloud Consulting LLC and used all of his practical experience to help organizations tailor Salesforce.com to their needs. He set up successful implementations for sales, support, higher ed, and non profit organizations across the globe.
Philip Nelson (@almostthor) is a Salesforce developer, manager at RoundCorner where he created the metadata deployment app Metaforce. He is also blogger at almostthor.org.
Shivanath Devinarayanan ( @shivanathd ) is well known community member and Salesforce MVP in India. He is the organiser of four Salesforce User Groups in India, an active Salesforce.com eaderboard contributor, and a valued presenter at community events and owner of dazeworks.
The ButtonClick Admin podcast shines the light on Salesforce Admins, Developers, and Executives solving problems with clicks and not code. This 30 minute weekly podcast hosted by Mike Gerholdt (@MikeGerholdt) and Gillian Madill (@gmadill) feature a talk show format with talented Salesforce Admins, thought leaders, and those who are solving real problems in the cloud by implementing Enterprise CRM solutions and having fun doing it. I can see around 15 episodes in my feed on this podcast.
Mike (@MikeGerholdt) is a Salesforce Admin Evangelist and the founder of ButtonClickAdmin.com. Mike is a Certified Admin, Adv. Admin, Developer, and Sales Cloud Consultant. Mike speaks regularly to standing room only crowds about Admin best practices.
Gillian Madill (@gmadill) is the Program Manager for Declarative Developer Marketing, including the #awesomeadmin campaign. Since joining Salesforce.com in 2010, Gillian’s been a champion for driving system administrators’ success in several roles.
Hosted by “Brian” and “Mark” , currently released around 16 episodes focused on Salesforce mainly. Recent episode was released on Halloween theme and it was fun listening how they related it with real life horror stories of Salesforce admins.
Brian Kwong is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Wizard News. He’s a Salesforce MVP and has been using the Salesforce.com platform since 2007. Among many things, Brian is known as the guy who walks around in a wizard hat. He can be found on twitter @kwongerific and on the Salesforce Success Community.
Mark Ross is a Salesforce MVP, Admin and geek of all things. If it’s nerdy, he is probably into it. Mark is a Computer geek, father, musician, gamer, tabletop player, sci-fi/fantasy buff, comics and anime fan, comedy lover.. You can find Mark on twitter @MarkRoss__c. He is also known in the community as @SalesforceYoda.
Road to Dreamforce (Discontinued)
This year, Dreamforce 2015 used this podcast to keep all of us updated around this mega event. Hope to see more episode not before next year Dreamforce 2016 but yet good to be subscribed to this station.
Please post your comment if you know any other awesome Salesforce Podcast not listed here.
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