Urmila Pawar, Salesforce Apex Developer in Nashik, Maharashtra, India
Urmila Pawar

Salesforce Apex Developer in Nashik, Maharashtra, India

Member since March 1, 2018
Urmila is a senior Salesforce consultant and certified developer with over seven years of experience. She is extremely knowledgeable about advanced Apex programming, force.com sites, Salesforce Community, asynchronous APEX, REST integrations, exposing RESTful APIs from Salesforce, Visualforce, and Lightning development. She has a good understanding of business and business concepts, which enables her to communicate with clients effectively.
Urmila is now available for hire

Portfolio

Experience

Location

Nashik, Maharashtra, India

Availability

Part-time

Preferred Environment

Sublime, Salesforce Developer Console, Git

The most amazing...

...project I've configured was the customer community for universities in the USA, which also involved integration with payment gateways like Authorize.net.

Employment

  • Salesforce Consultant

    2016 - PRESENT
    Freelancer
    • Configured and customized the Salesforce Partner community.
    • Developed Triggers, and created asynchronous Apex Schedulers.
    • Exposed the RESTful API from Salesforce.
    • Worked on data manipulation and data import.
    • Migrated the Salesforce Classic org to Lightning.
    Technologies: Salesforce
  • Salesforce Developer

    2013 - 2016
    Dreamwares
    • Worked as a technical analyst and architect to analyze the requirements and propose appropriate solutions.
    • Configured and customized force.com site.
    • Configured and developed the Salesforce Customer Community.
    • Integrated external systems with Salesforce.
    Technologies: Salesforce

Experience

  • Logistics API Integration (Development)

    Loadtap had its own APIs which needed to be integrated with Salesforce. There were two parts to the development:

    1. Exposing Salesforce APIs - the Loadtap team used this API to send data to Salesforce. They used standard OAuth for authentication and then called the API, which I exposed from Salesforce.
    2. Integrating with Loadtap APIs - I've integrated their API to send load and stop information whenever the data is updated in Salesforce.

  • Payment Gateway Integration (Development)

    The project required the integration of Authorize.net with Salesforce. In the customer community for students of the university, they wanted a feature allowing students to pay the application fees through the community. So I integrated with Authorize.net and handled the discounts and partial payments for students.

  • Human API Integration (Development)

    Integrated with Human API to connect various health tracking device information in Salesforce, then reward users based on high performance. For the real-time data sync, I exposed the API from Salesforce, which was a webhook for Human API. Based on any update in the Human API platform, it triggers a notification to Salesforce then takes further action on the updated data.

  • Salesforce Customer Community (Development)

    The project was intended to create/architect Salesforce for the staff members of a university in the USA. Additionally customized the customer community for the use of students. This was implemented to carry out smooth communication between students and university staff.

  • Recurrent Schedule Automation (Development)

    Developed an app to create recurrent schedules as per the availability and the predefined slots. Developed triggers to avoid overlapping of recurrent schedules and to automate future schedules. Designed Visualfore page to mass update the data. Created schedulers to keep track of the right information in the system.

  • Real-time Data Sync Between Loadtap and Salesforce (Development)

    Exposed the RESTful API from Salesforce. API was used by the Loadtap System which was tracking the loads transferred from one place to another. The external system was keeping track of the load and its stops during the journey. The same was also integrated with Salesforce. This system was developed to operate in real-time.

  • Data Manipulation and Data Import (Development)

    Worked on the data manipulation and data import in Salesforce. Used data loader and dataloader.io for complex data import in Salesforce. Maintained the relationships between the parent-child records and also populated the audit fields.

  • Migration from Salesforce Classic to Lightning (Development)

    Migrated the Salesforce Classic org to Lightning. Overrode the quote sync functionality with multiple quotes being synced to the same opportunity. Developed a wizard using Lightning component to reduce the steps to create Quotes and QuoteLineItem.

  • Force.com Site (Development)

    Configured and customized a force.com site for external users. Provided custom login and sign up functionality. Also exposed custom objects (in read-only format) for the users so that they can track the status.

  • Managed Package (Development)

    The managed package application was created to be delivered to specific users directly. This package included the Salesforce configurations and customizations. It also had integration with the payment gateway like Authorize.net and PayPal.

Skills

  • Tools

    Visualforce Pages, Salesforce Dataloader, Lightning Design System, Jira, Sublime Text 3, Lightning Communities
  • Platforms

    Salesforce, SalesForce SOQL/SOSL
  • Other

    Salesforce Apex, Work Package Management, Salesforce Community, Force.com, Change Set Deployment, Salesforce Lightning, Jitterbit Data Loader
  • Languages

    JavaScript, Java, SOQL
  • Frameworks

    Lightning Components, Knockout.js, AngularJS
  • Libraries/APIs

    Salesforce API, Salesforce.com API
  • Paradigms

    Agile

Education

  • Bachelor's degree in Information Technology
    2010 - 2013
    MET's Institute of Engineering - Nashik, India

Certifications

  • Salesforce Platform Developer II
    APRIL 2019 - PRESENT
    Salesforce
  • Salesforce Platform Developer I
    OCTOBER 2017 - PRESENT
    Salesforce

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