Einstein Summary: In this Dreamforce session, Salesforce experts Nicolas Vuillamy and Jean-Pierre Rizzi discussed the importance of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) for everyone using open source. They introduced Sfdx-hardis, a tool that simplifies the CI/CD process, making it accessible to all Salesforce users, regardless of their technical expertise. The tool allows users to easily manage versioning, has a user-friendly interface, and is free and open source. The speakers also highlighted the importance of having a release manager to oversee the process and handle any technical issues. They demonstrated how Sfdx-hardis works, showing how users can start a new task, complete their work, and publish their task with just a few clicks. The session concluded with an announcement of a new feature that integrates sfdx-hardis with Slack, allowing users to see live updates of deployments in any org. Einstein Key Takeaways: • Salesforce's open-source Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CICD) tool, SFDX, allows for easy setup, version management, and a user interface that is free and open-source, making it accessible for everyone. • Sfdx-hardis is designed to be user-friendly, requiring minimal development expertise. It allows contributors to work with clicks rather than command lines, making it easier for non-technical users to contribute to the project. • The Sfdx-hardis tool is community-driven, with contributors from around the world. It is continuously improved based on user feedback and needs, demonstrating the power of the Trailblazer community in action.