Skills for the PowerApps Developer
Has anybody heard of Microsoft PnP – Patterns and Practices? It’s open to all and is a place where you can find out more about the latest best practice for Office 365 including Power Apps PLUS join online calls.
A simple tutorial for people to understand how to use Microsoft Planner
Microsoft have recently started badging PowerApps plus Power BI plus Power Automate as the Power Platform. As an ex-accountant turned Power Platform developer I have started to consider the skills that my accounting life has given me, how they apply to the accounting profession generally and also the areas accountants might actually find difficult when it comes to solution development.
And how they relate to Storytelling with Data I took a look at a book recently by David Rock called Your Brain at Work. I must admit that I didn’t hold much hope out for it, but I thought I would give it a go. 5 years on from originally reading it I found that the points resonated for me as
Microsoft Teams is the best tool for online collaboration and works very well on the iPad. This is an update to my original Teams Ipad video, which had only been intended to go out to a handful of people. In this session we cover every part of teams on an Ipad – at least all the things I can think
Let’s face it – it’s not always easy to see why our apps, and in this case canvas apps may not be performing well. There are however a number of options available to us to enable use to monitor what the app is doing. Firstly, as a developer we can turn on monitoring whilst editing the app as shown below.
This is a video for beginners that want to familiarize themselves with Office 365. We start with a brief overview and then go into a little more detail for each application. You can find slightly more detail using the following urls – Good luck!
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