My top 5 items from the latest Microsoft Power Platform release plans to keep an eye on – and also a few notable omissions.
Quarterly digest of my writings on LinkedIn between October and December 2022. Includes topics on Power Platform evolution, governance, adoption, security, licensing, and more.
2 years since the Dataverse for Teams launch, it’s time to look how far we’ve come with the Microsoft Teams application platform story & what’s missing still.
Notes rollup, multiple Timelines per form, customizable actions, modal dialogs for detail forms – there’s so many settings to optimize with this control in 2022 Release Wave 2.
Quarterly digest of my Power Platform and low-code thoughts posted in July-August 2022 to my LinkedIn followers. Now also available to subscribers of the Thinking Forward blog.
You can’t escape tiredness only by resting. Living your life to its full potential is the ultimate energy source, yet it also consumes your mental energy.
Microsoft MVPs Steve Mordue and Jukka Niiranen share their insights on where Power Platform is heading and why low-code is eating the world.
How much time does blogging take and what do you get out of it? Reflecting on my 14 years of tech blogging, what I’ve gained from it and what it means to me. Why you should / shouldn’t start your own blog.
Release waves don’t tell the full story of what’s planned for Power Platform & Dynamics 365. The new Release Planner site provides a better roadmap view on the items currently being developed, rolling out or recently released.
What are the market trends & client needs for low-code? How is Power Platform positioned in Microsoft’s cloud? What is the business potential for partners? These are some of the topics that I talked about in the podcast episode for “Demystifying Enterprise Innovation”.