Douglas C. Ayers

My journey with Salesforce and Technology


dougayers-df16-mvp-developers-large Ironically, my first job out of college was to migrate a company from Salesforce to an in-house CRM.

Since then I’ve built my career on leading teams to adopt and run their businesses on the Salesforce platform.

I’m a Salesforce MVP, Nashville Developer Group Leader, RAD Women Apex Coach, Dreamforce speaker, Midwest Dreamin speaker, Southeast Dreamin speaker, Automation Hour presenter, and impassioned teacher.

I hold 13 Salesforce certifications, most notably the prestigious System Architect, Application Architect, and Platform Developer II certifications.

By day I’m a Senior Developer at Mountain Point, architecting robust Apex, Visualforce, and Lightning solutions for customers.

By night I can be found here blogging about my Salesforce exploits, answering #askforce questions on Twitter, or coding on one of many of my open source projects.

I invite you to follow me on Twitter, LinkedIn, GitHub, Salesforce Success Community, and YouTube where I post tutorial videos that complement my blog posts.

Technical Reviewer: Books

I’ve had the honor and privilege of serving as a technical reviewer for Packt Publishing:

salesforce-lightning-application-development-essentials-book-cover   salesforce-crm-the-definitive-admin-handbook-fourth-edition-cover


Consultant for Hire

Need help designing or developing a Salesforce solution? I’m available for hire for short-term engagements via my employer Mountain Point.

3 thoughts on “About

  1. Doug,

    Firstly, your website is really awesome its like a SFDC 101 for everyone. I have a question and I hope you can help me in that. I work in SFDC CRM team in my origination as a business analyst and our team want to include Google Analytic into SFDC to track the users engagement into SFDC, Can you please tell me what kind of value it adds to the existing CRM, do you thing that we can get some good insights out of GA which will be really useful.

    Thank you so much in advance

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