As more and more organizations continue to adopt low code as a standard practice for solution development, information technology professionals find themselves learning new skills, translating professional development skills into low code tools and implementing governance and service management strategies. Learn from Microsoft MVPs, Microsoft Product team members, and Microsoft Power Platform users how they approached building solutions using Microsoft Power Platform.
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You Said, We Said: Busting Power Platform Myths Pt 1
19:32In this episode, we're going to bust some myths about low code development and show you how you can use Power Platform to build amazing solutions with minimal coding. Some of the myths we're going to tackle are: - Low code means low quality - Low code is not scalable - I could use Microsoft SharePoint for these apps. - Low code is not for professional developers We'll also share some examples of how Power Platform has been used by organizations and individuals to solve real-world problems and create value. Whether you're a business user, a citizen developer, or a pro developer, you'll find something useful and inspiring in this episode. So, stay tuned and join us for part one of busting myths on Low Code Approach.
Low Code Signals 2023 (w/ Ricardo Duncan)
12:54Ricardo Duncan joins the podcast to discuss the Low Code Signals 2023 report. What is the Low Code Signals 2023 report? I don't want to spoil the episode or the report, but if you want to see how IT professionals and CIOs consider low-code technologies in their organizations and the impact they provide, then this is the episode for you! Check out the report here: Low-code signals 2023 - Microsoft Power Platform Blog
Low Code and AI (w/ April Dunnam)
13:51You may have heard about the recent announcement on how natural language and copilot integration is coming to Microsoft Power Platform. Hear from April Dunnam, Principal Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, about how the latest AI integrations in Power Platform will speed up application development and how this changes how to approach learning low code development. Want to see April's video on using copilot in Microsoft Power Apps? Check it out here: https://youtu.be/FMEQT8NC-5I
What is Power CAT? (w/ Phil Topness)
15:29You may have read about or watched videos from the Power CAT team (and if you haven't, you really should). But what is the Power CAT team and what is their mission? Find out right meow, when Phil Topness, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft and all-around awesome person, joins the podcast! Interested in Power CAT Live? Check it out here: Power CAT Live - YouTube
How I Learned to Face the Dragon and Love the Default Environment
34:40In this episode, we demystify the Microsoft Power Platform default environment. Join our experts, Ken Auguillard and Hazim SharafelDin, as they take a deep dive into what the default environment is, how to use it, and the benefits of doing so. You'll learn about the different tools and functionalities that the default environment provides, and how to leverage them to boost your organization's efficiency and productivity. From beginners to veterans, this episode is for everyone looking to optimize their use of the Microsoft Power Platform. Tune in now! Want to know more about Managed Environments for Microsoft Power Platform? Managed Environments overview - Power Platform | Microsoft Learn
It’s the Circle of Application Lifecycle (w/ Kartik Kanakasabesan)
16:24Application lifecycle management (ALM) isn't just for pro developers. Learn from Kartik Kanakasabesan, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft, about all things ALM! What is it? Why is it important, and how does one get started? What to get hands on with ALM in Microsoft Power Platform? Check out Low Code February at Welcome to #LowCode February | Low Code & Fusion Dev (microsoft.github.io) to learn and build right now!
The Citizen Developer (w/ EY Kalman)
20:10You may have heard the term 'Citizen Developer' used when discussing low code development. What does it mean? What technical skills does one need to have in order to become a citizen developer? Do citizen developers get membership into a secret society? Find out more when EY Kalman, Microsoft MVP, MCT, and business applications solutions architect joins the podcast to let us know all about citizen developers! Check out EY, aka the CRM Ninja on his YouTube channel!