Leo Alves, who joins to talk about Look outside of Salesforce, is a Software engineer and Salesforce developer based on Australia.Main PointsIn this conversation, Leo talked about his non-IT background and how he entered Salesforce and gradually became a Salesforce developer. He also shared why he considers it important to learn IT skills outside of Salesforce.LinksLeo’s TwitterLeo’s LinkedInContact Me If you enjoy this podcast, please reach me out to let me know your thoughts or simply say Hello. My (Xi’s) contact info: LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram Emai: info(ä)salesforceway.com Take care, until next time :)!The post 84. Look Outside of Salesforce | Leo Alves appeared first on SalesforceWay.
Leo Alves was a boy born in Brazil who lived in a small city and would also live his counter-life on the farm with his Grandpa and Grandmother at times. He lived most of his childhood in Brazil playing soccer with his friends and also learning to take care of animals and live off the land. Before Leo Left he started to learn the arts of Jiu Jistu but was left in the path to either pursue getting better at soccer or start learning how to fight. We talk heavily about the topic of learning how he got into and when he came to the United States at 11 years old he decided to pick Jiu Jitsu as something he would want to further develop in because of one crazy significant fight that gave Leo the reason. Leo Alves is an open minded young man who doesn't mind being alone at times but actually prefers it at times. He visits back home in Brazil at times because he believes it's important to go back and stay in touch with the country he was raised in. In this episode you''ll learn more about how discipline is built and the outside perspective of a guy who came here and is just trying to make it happen.
Leo Alves on expanding his skillset as a Salesforce Developer, and remote onboarding during lockdown
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In today's episode we talk with Leo Alves, who has made the transition from the Dutch Salesforce market, across to Australia, with the timing coinciding to mean that he started in his new role during the Covid-19 lockdown.He shares his experience and tips for other companies who find themselves facing this sudden challenge, and how to make the remote onboarding process as seamless as he has found his own.Coming from a non-technical background, Leo became a Salesforce Developer but discovered a keen interest in other coding languages and expanding his development skill set. We discuss with Leo how Salesforce is perceived from the broader Developer community, and how Salesforce is positioning the platform to become increasingly appealing to non-Salesforce-specific Developers.We talk about the market in Holland, and all that he is excited about for his new life Down Under.You can follow Leo on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/leofilipealves/ and on Twitter at leofilipalves@