Tuesday Oct 19, 2021
Tuesday Oct 19, 2021
Tuesday Oct 19, 2021
In this installment of the weekly discussion revolving around the latest news and topics on Microsoft 365, hosts – Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) | @vesajuvonen, Waldek Mastykarz (Microsoft) | @waldekm are joined by Switzerland based MVP and Head of Solutions at Datalynx AG - André Lage | @aaclage.
Topics discussed in this session include:
- André's commitment to open source and community.
- Delivering samples and a control for the latest Microsoft Graph Toolkit.
- The importance of being an informed contributor and of having an appreciation for the needs of developer, business and end user audiences before building.
- Microsoft needs to continue to let us know where community members can help, to define boundaries in which contributors can create, and to generate lots of training and documentation!
- Tips to others: learn, ask questions, share and mentor or find a mentor.
We also covered 15 articles by Microsoft and the community from the last week.
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This session was recorded in front of web cams in totally audience free rooms on Monday, October 18, 2021.
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Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!
- Viva Topics brings new integrations with Yammer - Chris McNulty (Microsoft) | @cmcnulty2000
- Building great bots for Microsoft Teams with Azure Bot Framework Composer - Bob German (Microsoft) | @Bob1German
- Grow your skills and build collaborative solutions: Exam MS-600 Building Applications and Solutions ... - Sathya Raveendran (Microsoft) | @findmesathya
- Announcing SharePoint Framework 1.13 Release Candidate - Microsoft
- Microsoft Teams ISV app monetization capabilities now available in developer preview - James Skay (Microsoft) | @JamesSkay
- “Visualize Lists with Power BI” :studio_microphone: – The Intrazone podcast - Amanda Rivera & Mark Kashman (Microsoft) | @mkashman
- Running a Power App as Edge Extension - Albert-Jan Schot (BLISS.digital) | @appieschot
- Sending e-mails with Microsoft Graph using .NET - Tobias Zimmergren (Rencore) | @zimmergren
- PnPjs v2.10 - Julie Turner (Sympraxis Consulting) | @jfj1997 & Patrick Rodgers (Microsoft) | @mediocrebowler
- Getting the working hours/time zones for other users using Microsoft Graph API - Michel Mendes (Storm Technology Ltd) | @michelcarlo
- Create an event page with SharePoint and Lists - Anand Ragav | @anandVragav
- Creating Microsoft Teams Meetings in ASP.NET Core using Microsoft Graph Application Permissions Part... - Damien Bod | @damien_bod
- Using the Microsoft Graph PowerShell for Security Alerts - Liam Cleary | @helloitsliam
- Clean Up Unwanted Site Columns from Content Types and Lists/Libraries - Marc D Anderson (Sympraxis Consulting) | @sympmarc
- 7 reasons to use child flows in Power Automate - Pieter Veenstra (HybrIT Services) | @PieterVeenstra
- Microsoft 365 Unified Sample Gallery (preview) - https://aka.ms/m365/samples
- PnP Sharing is Caring initiative - Getting started guidance and training for using GitHub and contributing to the community
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- Check out all the great community calls, SDKs, and tooling for Microsoft 365 from https://aka.ms/m365pnp
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