The goal of this article is to build an ultimate go-to list of Salesforce podcasts for trailblazers who love to learn Salesforce and listen to people’s stories via podcasts.
The inactive list contains Salesforce podcasts that are either already finished or discontinued but have ever-green timeless content. So these podcast content still provides value even though the host doesn’t update them anymore.
If you see an adjustment of the list is needed, please leave a comment or reach me out via Twitter. That said, below is a list of all Salesforce podcasts ordered alphabetically, enjoy!
- 16/10/2019 – add Talent Hub Podcast
- 20/10/2019 – move “The Trailblazer’s Guide to Careers” to inactive as it is already finished
Salesforce Podcasts Active List
This is a show about Stories of Salesforce Trailblazers including SME’s, Thought Leaders, Admins, Developers, and Evangelists in the Salesforce Ecosystem.
The hosts Stacey Cogswell @StaceyGCogswell, and Justice Sikakane @JusticeSikakane are doing a fantastic job of welcoming people into the Salesforce Ohana and getting to know them one on one. This show is a great way of going more in-depth with just one person, and hearing their journey.
CloudFocus is a weekly show covering the latest cloud computing news, happenings and events. The hosts are Jason Atwood and Justin.
Cloud Force Collective is a Salesforce Ohana conversation among colleagues, cohorts, and comrades.
Code Coverage podcast started back in the year 2014 and is hosted by @Matt Lacey and @Steven Herod. As a developer, I enjoy a lot the content from this podcast and it has had very solid guests to talk about interesting technical topics.
The only thing to improve is — I hope they could release more episodes regularly :).
We are software engineers that focus on developing custom software solutions for the Salesforce.com Platform. We started this podcast to share our conversations around software development, technology, and the Salesforce.com Platform. Our goal is to keep developers and non-developers informed with our own unique brand of casual, honest, and entertaining commentary.
Sales, especially B2B sales, is so competitive even a small adjustment can be a tipping point in your breakthrough success. Listen to this show for thought-provoking conversations with some of the greatest minds in sales today.
This show features interviews with proven sales experts offering their tips and wisdom to help you be even better at what you do.
Salesforce Developer Krishna Teja dives deep into Salesforce Development and Lightning Web Components topics, explaining how to use them, how they work and how to build stuff. The discussion in the show is going to be on Topics like Visualforce, Apex, Aura Components, and Lightning Web Components.
The Salesforce Posse podcast was created to tell the world about Salesforce development and architecture best practice and news from the Salesforce eco-system.
One of the two hosts is Anup Jadhav @anup, who is a Salesforce MVP and a software engineer/technical architect who likes solving interesting problems and a good coffee in the morning.
The other host is Francis @radnip, who has been working in Salesforce for around 12 years and is Technical Architect at NetStronghold. 7x Salesforce MVP (2012-2019).
One of the most favorite episodes from Salesforce Posse is this Salesforce certification strategy with Salesforce MVP Adam Olshansky. “Don’t think of it as a failure, but more of a learning opportunity.” – Quote Adam Olshansky on failing Salesforce Certification exams.
SalesforceWay is a weekly Salesforce developer-targeted podcast that helps people become better developers.
The vision of this site is to provide free top-notch content to help you become a better Salesforce developer.
Talent Hub Talk is a podcast dedicated to giving you your Salesforce fix, featuring insights and real-life stories from Trailblazers, community leaders and those in the ecosystem with a valuable perspective to share.
It is a podcast brought to you by Ben Duncombe, Founder of Talent Hub, the Salesforce Recruitment Experts.
The Marketing Cloudcast is the podcast for Trailblazers who are leading the way in their companies and careers. Every episode offers key trends, innovative tactics, and relevant insights in marketing today.
Hosts Megan Collins and Tina Rozul dive into topics that span today’s marketing landscape — from individual marketing channels, data strategies, the future of marketing, marketing career advice, and beyond.
The episode Cargill’s Secret Ingredient for a Successful Customer Journey is a most inspiring one for me. Kim Gandhi, the Global Program Manager, and Rafael Hernandez, the Enterprise Application Designer, from the Cargill company shared their experience.
Feel free to subscribe, be inspired, and become a Trailblazer and join the Ohana!
The Salesforce Admins podcast features real-life Salesforce Admins, product managers, and community leaders who transform businesses, careers, and communities with clicks, not code.
If you are also holding an admin role in your company, this show is definitely tailored for you!
Here are some of the feedback people left on Apple Podcast:
This is one of those podcasts it does a great job of giving you a sense of what different people in this ecosystem do, giving you a picture into peoples every day work, and reminding us that people’s lives are much larger than their work.
It may not be 100% about Salesforce and that’s okay! These hosts are open, honest, and share themselves beyond the Salesforce environment. It’s a fantastic podcast that everyone should listen to at least once.
The WizardCast is a Salesforce podcast focused on the products, features, and community of salesforce.com – with a sense of humor. Learn Salesforce best practices, tips, and insights. Hear interesting tidbits, humor, and likely many bad puns.
YappExchange is a tech channel focused on salesforce administration, development, and consulting. It is a show hosted by Salesforce MVPs Sharif Shaalan and Shivanath Devinarayanan.
Salesforce Podcasts Inactive List
This list contains Salesforce podcasts that are no longer active but has ever-green content that still adds value to listeners.
A show hosted by consultant and Salesforce MVP, Matthew Morris.
The Technology Flows podcast hears from Salesforce employees, partners, users, and community advocates to get their opinions on how the future is being redistributed.
The host @thedanahall helps explore the different career paths you can unlock with Salesforce skills by interviewing successful trailblazers.
In this show, you can hear real people talking about their jobs using Salesforce, what skills and qualities will make you successful, and what you can do to get started.
You have reached the end of the list. Hopefully, you have also found some shows that you’d like to listen to and subscribe to :)! Please leave a comment or reach me out via Twitter if you know any other awesome Salesforce Podcast not listed here.