According to Glassdoor, the national average yearly salary for a Salesforce Developer is roughly $51,000 higher than Salesforce Administrators. This course is built for students who have existing Salesforce administration experience that want to learn the development side. In 12 weeks our instructors and mentors will help you gain the skills needed to upgrade your career to become Salesforce Developer.
Our Salesforce Development training have both in-person and online learning options. Classes will be streamed live from our class in Lehi, UT. For those wishing to learn online, you’ll still have regular one-on-one check-ins with your instructor.
Established Salesforce developers, alumni, and industry experts will all get involved in your education. That makes for a perfect combination of mentors who know you inside and out, and who can help to guide your progress along this journey.
You will also get the opportunity to work on real Salesforce projects with real development teams. DevMountain has partnered with companies to get you real, hands on Salesforce coding and development experience.
Our primary focus is helping you upgrade your career into Salesforce development. That is why you’ll have access to career guidance counselors. These counselors will work face-to-face (virtually or in-person) with you throughout your education, to get you ready for a successful career in Salesforce development. Among other things, they will help you in the following:
You will be able to build your resume and portfolio with help from our experienced career coaching team. Together, you will work face-to-face to develop a job search plan that works best for your specific needs and skill set.
Our counselors will work with you to find the perfect job to kickstart your career. You’ll go through mock interviews and be coached until you are ready to ace your first interview as a developer.
As a DevMountain alumnus, you’ll get lifetime access to our exclusive “Meet n’ Hire” events. At these events you will be able to network and make connections with employers, most of whom are looking to potentially hire awesome new developers — with training in Salesforce coding — like you.
The course is rigorous, but we break up our schedule with lectures, presentations, labs, and project building that will fit within your work schedule. Classes are in the evening on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 6-9pm MT for both online and on-campus students.
A student success specialist from DevMountain will reach out to you to make sure you are succeeding in the course
30 minutes of instructional videos, and 30 minutes of application activities
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We recognize that adult learners come to class with a variable wealth of experience and prior knowledge. This richness and diversity can be leveraged to create amazing learning experiences. Our instructors have the flexibility to personalize learning paths to make sure each student is getting as much value out of their DevMountain experience as possible.
We realize that you are a Salesforce administrator – but there’s a chance that you (or someone else in class) aren’t familiar with some of Salesforce’s various features and clouds. To level-set, and to perhaps teach you something new, you’ll get an overview of everything Salesforce can do out of the box: Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, Marketing Cloud, Community Cloud, Chatter, Knowledge, record types, report building, and security. You’ll learn how to create objects and fields, page layouts, and list views.
At the Salesforce development bootcamp, we will give you a solid overview of all the declarative development tools built into Salesforce – as well as making sure that you know all of the pros and cons for each one. The declarative tools that we will cover include: workflow rules, process builders, flows, approval process, and web-to-lead.
At the bootcamp, you will also become familiar with SOQL (Salesforce Object Query Language). This will allow you to learn how to build queries in order to pull useful information from the Salesforce database.
Become confident in Apex hosting. You will start learning Apex, Salesforce’s object-oriented programming language, by first learning about object-oriented programming and how to create triggers. Then you can develop more advanced Apex hosting skills in bulkification, test classes, and integrations.
We’ll also teach you how to use Salesforce Lightning and the Lightning Component Framework. In this course, you will learn about componentized architecture, eventing, and how to build lightning components.
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