Thank You Salesforce…

no-limits-road-sign-260nw-72594046So this was my last week at Salesforce. For over a year, I had a blast working with some of the most talented writers and editors on the Trailhead team. We did some incredible things and it was a bit like riding on the top of a rocket ship. I’m super proud of all that I accomplished during my time with the team, but it’s time to move on.

What’s Next?

It is time for me to take a step back and return to the things that I really love the most- teaching people about technology and doing development work. I am already in talks with the fabulous people at Pluralsight about doing some new courses. I am also talking with other people about development work.

For the time being, I am just going to function as a freelance developer and author. I may consider accepting a full-time role in the future if it is just the right fit. But, for now I am super excited to be able to return to course development work. As much as I liked and appreciated the great writing on Trailhead, I really miss doing videos. I think they add so much more to the learning process. I am super excited about all the new interactive capabilities that Pluralsight now has and can’t wait to learn all about it.

Oh, and if you know of any good development opportunities, feel free to give me a shout. I would love to hear about it.

As my blog and twitter handler indicate, I have NO LIMITS, so anything and everything is possible right now. It’s a VERY exciting time for me.

Onward and Upward.

12 comments

      • I still have my copy of Building Intelligent .NET Applications on my bookshelf. I wish that I had gotten it autographed.

        I have every book that I or my software has been mentioned in. Including some I contributed to even though it is mostly old technology these days. I’m glad to see you are making a comeback.

  1. Hi Sara. So glad to hear you are following your heart and getting back to what you love doing. I took one of your courses on Pluralsight about Lightning components and loved it.

    I have an opportunity that I think you would love. It is a combination of both worlds, development and educating. Love to tell you all about it.

  2. Glad to hear you have such apprecation in your heart for opportunites current and past. I know you will continue to do great things and it is now time to spread your wings and fly again.

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