The Salesforce DX pilot is imminent, and it’s a pilot with a difference.
Sure, DX is a groundbreaking initiative for Salesforce, breathtaking in its scope. Among other things, DX:

  • Moves the source of truth from the cloud environment to source control.
  • Pioneers a new kind of org, anchored in source code, and provisioned from the command line.
  • Enables a soup-to-nuts cloud-based development pipeline, using Heroku Pipelines and the source repository of your choice.
  • Embraces compatibility by letting us swap in Jenkins or TeamCity for Heroku.
  • Takes a CLI-first approach, to speed adoption by other toolsets.

As fantastic as all this sounds, the DX team is taking yet another brave move: The upcoming pilot is open to one thousand participants.
Yep, one, triple-zero.
A typical SF pilot is open to a handful of folks, but DX is not your typical pilot.
If you want in, sign up today!
Once the pilot registration closes on 10-Feb, no one else will be admitted.
It may be a long march to GA, but the longest journey begins with a single step.

Ted Husted is a Kaizen Squad developer on the Nimble AMS product crew. “We make the good changes that create a great product.” For more, follow @tedhusted on Twitter.