Microsoft 365 PnP Weekly - Episode 167

Microsoft 365 PnP Weekly - Episode 167

In this installment of the weekly discussion revolving around the latest news and topics on Microsoft 365, hosts – VesaJuvonen (Microsoft) | @vesajuvonen, Waldek Mastykarz (Microsoft) | @waldekm are joined by Helsinki-based software engineer, PowerShell maintainer and Office Apps and Services MVP Gautam Sheth (Valo Solutions) | @gautamdsheth.

Topics discussed in this session

  • How he got to Valo – hint: community contributions mattered.
  • Why may an employer encourage you to contribute to open source?
  • The day in the life of a product software engineer.
  • Moving from project work to product work.
  • What are Valo Solutins?
  • How to keep up with changes across Microsoft’s product line?
  • What was the one technology mind blow in the past 3 months?
  • What’s next for PnP PowerShell?

Also, we showcased 9 articles/videos published by Microsoft and the PnP Community in the last week.

This week

  • Gautam – moving projects from .NET to .NET Core due to significant benefits.
  • Waldek – Subject Matter Expert at Microsoft Build 2022, working on internal projects and reviews, and as always feature enhancements for CLI for Microsoft 365.
  • Vesa – shedding wisdom teeth, Microsoft Build 2022 activities and the next version of SPFx Beta.

Please remember to keep on providing us feedback on how we can help on this journey. We always welcome feedback on making the community more inclusive and diverse.

This session was recorded on Monday, May 20, 2022, for release on Tuesday, May 24th. Enjoy the show.

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Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!

Microsoft articles


Community articles

Additional resources

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