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.
Microsoft MVPs Steve Mordue and Jukka Niiranen share their insights on where Power Platform is heading and why low-code is eating the world.
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”.
Wrapping up the year in Microsoft’s low-code business apps: what were the biggest themes of 2021?
Over a thousand Portals were discovered with a security setting misconfigured. Why did this data leak happen and what can we learn from it?
Could low-code platforms like MS Power Platform democratize app development the same way Web 2.0 did it for social content creation and sharing? Here’s a collection of thoughts around how using less code may impact the business applications ecosystem.
Will the common low-code programming language turn business app customization from GUI based tasks to a jungle of formulas, or will we just gain new powers?
Here are the three most important topics that shaped the world of Power Platform and Dynamics 365 in the year 2020.
Dataverse instead of CDS, tables instead of entities, Customer Insights instead of… Customer Insights. Don’t get too attached to any particular name in the Power Platform and BizApps world, as the only constant here is change.