Architect – Blog Series Overview

I have a set of blog articles I will be writing over the coming weeks and months (let’s be honest: years).  I wanted to list the outline of what I am planning.  I would love your feedback on which ones you would be interested in seeing sooner than later.  (These are listed in no specific order of priority…

  • Logical Architecture of
  • Overview of Administration/Customization/Coding
  • Capability Maturity Model
  • CoE Governance Framework
  • Master Data Management with
  • Environment Management
  • Managing Builds and Releases
  • Building a Salesforce Team
  • Auditing Data
  • Archiving Data
  • Logging
  • Integration Patterns in
  • Limits
  • Data Conversion Techniques
  • Pace Layering Releases in
  • Org Strategy
  • Compliance Considerations
  • Considerations for TOGAF Practitioners
  • Considerations for ITIL Practitioners
  • Configuration Workbook
  • Third Party Tools
  • Using the AppExchange
  • Building for the AppExchange
  • Content Management Solutions
  • Apex Architecture
  • Visualforce Architecture
  • Person Accounts
  • Translation Workbench
  • Multi-Currency
  • Partner Communities
  • Customer Communities
  • Delegated Administration
  • Workbench
  • ANT Migration Tool
  • Divisions
  • Deferred Sharing Calculations
  • Mutual SSL
  • Encryption
  • SMTP Relay
  • Security Scanner
  • Custom Settings
  • SSO Part 1: SAML SSO with OpenAM on EC2
  • SSO Part 2: Delegated Authenication
  • SSO Part 3: oAuth (with, without, and with both SAML and Delegated Auth)
  • SSO Part 4: Salesforce Identity
  • SSO Part 5: Integrating User Authorization
  • SSO Part 6: Facebook/Twitter Integration
  • SSO Part 7: Best Practices for User Management

So let me know which are interesting to you.  Otherwise they will come out in the order that I am putting together information for clients, building apps, or maybe even writing for my book.

3 Comments on “ Architect – Blog Series Overview”

    • I am working on some – actually hopefully that will go up on developerforce. However writing always gets to be the lowest priority between consulting, product development, training, certification, and of course family! But good to know you are looking at my blog and that keeps me motivated to get more content out. Look for org strategy coming out soon.

  1. Just stumbled upon your blog. Great posts and thanks for sharing your experiences as SFDC TA. Keep up the good work and looking forward to your articles. 🙂

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