This week we talk to John Graf who is 50% of the Nerdforce podcast, along with Nana Gregg they discuss Salesforce and nerd culture. Recorded live at the podcast stage at Dreamforce sponsored by Apttus – providing Quote-to-Cash solutions and X–Author for Excel.
With so many new podcasts about Salesforce coming online we talk to John about the Nerdforce podcast, what they nerd out on, and or course the first time John logged into Salesforce. Of course we do your favorite lightning round and wait until you hear what John would ask Marc when he comes on the podcast…
John Graf is an #AwesomeAdmin since 2011 for World Water Works, Inc. He is consistently puttering around the Salesforce Success Community; occasionally throwing lifelines to drowning Admins, sometimes catching the lifeline his self. He, like most Admins, loves to learn new things. These new things include anything from Process Builder, Lightning Experience and SalesforceiQ to plot points of sci-fi novels, bad movies and cartoon series about space pirates. This father of three hopes to make the world a better place through leveraging technology that didn’t exist in his youth.
Nana Gregg is a Salesforce Admin since 2004, certified Admin in 2014, Force.com Developer in 2015 and new Salesforce MVP, Nana is active in the Salesforce Success Community as well as Twitter and blogs regularly about life as a working mom. She is the Senior Salesforce Admin for a global workplace management/technology company who manages their entire business soup to nuts on the platform. She lives in Dallas, TX with her husband and 3 kids and in her spare time, volunteers on the PTA, Theatre Booster club, paints and loves to sing karaoke!
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