January 14, 2020

My Journey To Salesforce with Eternus Solutions

“If you’re the smartest guy in the room, then you’re in the wrong room” is the philosophy that I believe in. At Eternus, I have worked with team members who always had something interesting to add to the discussion.

I joined Eternus Solutions in June 2014 as a trainee. After graduating from engineering college, I wanted to join an organization where I could learn the best practices and create innovative solutions. I wanted to work with a team that would encourage and guide me. At Eternus, I got what I wanted.

The opportunities that I got here were always aligned with my goals. I worked on interesting projects alongside experienced solution architects. I worked on technologies like ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core, Golaang, ExtJS, AngularJS, Angular, NodeJS, SQL Server, MySQL, Postgres, and SharePoint.

Eternus gives you opportunities to work on different platforms/technologies and encourages to learn new skills.

In 2015, I got the opportunity to work on Salesforce. As I had worked on building SPAs that had a modern look and feel, I couldn’t connect to the classic view which Salesforce had back then. I completed the project and went back to work on ASP.NET and Angular. In 2017, I was asked if I would be interested to work on a Salesforce project again. This time, the Salesforce UI was completely different and had a SPA feel. I accepted the opportunity and started my Journey to Salesforce. I joined the Eternus Training Program, solved trailheads, and saw YouTube videos posted by the Salesforce Developers. Having front-end experience, learning Lightning development was the easiest thing in my journey. Now, I have completed 5 Salesforce projects and contributing back to the community through local developer group sessions and webinars. I have moved from being a Trainee to being a Trainer. It has been an amazing journey with Eternus.

Written by Manish Patil , Technical Lead at Eternus Solutions

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