Salesforce Bootcamp Video

Salesforce (Where I currently work) does a great job of onboarding its employees.  Like all companies I’m sure there are areas that can be improved but one thing that they do really well is their new hire orientation and bootcamp.  When you go to NHO/Bootcamp you truly gain an understanding of the company, its culture and products.

As part of my bootcamp we were asked to do a presentation.  Here is a video that was a part of the presentation.  It is really just a spoof so don’t take it seriously.  Obviously not a representation of salesforce and it shouldn’t be construed as anything other than us having a little fun.

John Rizzo
Director of Technology
Chief Technology Officer with over 17 years experience and expertise in design and delivery of cost-effective, high-performance financial technology solutions. All of these skills have been used to support rapid international growth with budget responsibilities exceeding $25 million annually. Senior Enterprise Architect with extensive hands-on development experience, as well as formal design and architecture background on many successful projects. A seasoned mentor for advanced SDLC practices. Exceptional at team building and motivating either at a peer-to-peer level, or in a leadership role. Excellent communications skills and ability to adapt to diverse environments and cultures effortlessly.

Full software life cycle experience with many industry standard methodologies including Agile development with Scrum and Extreme Programming (XP). Well versed in Test Driven Design (TDD) and Domain Driven Design (DDD). Can adapt to any phase of an existing project from Business
Modeling to Production Support. Technical strengths include OOA/OOD, Ruby, Python, C#, .NET 3.5/4.0, Java, J2EE, Internet Technologies, MSSQL, MySQL and Enterprise Integration.

John Rizzo

Technology, problem solving, learning, business, society and where those things intersect is what I am always thinking about. From my hobbies to my profession I attempt to combine those interests in a way that makes the sum greater than the whole. Find out more about me at linkedin,

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