Microsoft 365 PnP Weekly - Episode 168
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 Montréal based Sr Product Manager on the Microsoft Graph team Sébastien Levert | @sebastienlevert.
- Séb’s obsession with delivering a great developer experience.
- Data, data, data. Measuring the right thing, rightly, and how to measure new ideas without data.
- The logic behind releasing Minimum Viable Products - ship quickly, fast, very small increments.
- Choosing what thing to build?
- The most rewarding part of the job. Referenced - Microsoft Graph SDK for Go
- Tips to prospective Product Managers.
Also, we showcased 17 articles/videos published by Microsoft and the PnP Community in the last week.
- Sébastien – closing on semester planning with latest feedback from Build, traveling to Redmond next week and expecting to meet many colleagues face-to-face for first time and time, and time with family before travels.
- Waldek – closing in on the June release of CLI for Microsoft 365 that includes great ideas from 2 new maintainers - Adam Wójcik and Martin Lingstuyl, catching breath after Microsoft Build and yes, it’s planning time at Microsoft.
- Vesa – planning time, preparing to travel to Redmond next week and preparing to release SPFx v1.15 RC, due out in 2 weeks.
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This session was recorded on Monday, May 30, 2022.
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Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!
- Build collaborative apps with Microsoft Teams - Jeff Teper (Microsoft) | @jeffteper
- Announcing Microsoft Power Pages: Build secure, low-code websites - Charles Lamanna (Microsoft) | @clamanna
- Announcing the public preview of Virtual Appointment Graph API - Evan Westenberger (Microsoft)
- Introducing Live Share: Interactive app experiences in Microsoft Teams meetings - Hal Bond (Microsoft)
- Microsoft Graph @ Build 2022 - Ben Summers (Microsoft)
- What’s new for Office Add-ins at Build 2022 - Microsoft
- Increase engagement and discoverability of your data with Microsoft Graph connectors - James Lau (Microsoft)
- Microsoft Teams Toolkit for Visual Studio Code now generally available - Tomomi Imura (Microsoft) | @girlie_mac
- Building applications on the Microsoft Cloud: A guide for enterprise application leaders - Dan Wahlin (Microsoft) | @DanWahlin
- Microsoft Build 2022 - Book of News - Microsoft
- Teams Meeting apps – A sample for in-Meeting experience and stageView (Vote Movies) - Markus Möller (Avanade) | @Moeller2_0
- Create an app using the new image import in Power Apps - Pieter Veenstra (HybrIT Services) | @PieterVeenstra
- The Secret Life of Tilde in SPFx’s CSS - Stefan Bauer (N8D) | @StfBauer
- Episode #207 - Using the PnP Placeholder control in SPFx solutions - Paolo Pialorsi (PiaSys) | @PaoloPia
- Power Apps Express Design Overview - Create from Image and Figma - April Dunnam (Microsoft) | @aprildunnam
- AI Builder Invoice Processing for Power Apps and Power Automate - Shane Young (PowerApps911) | @ShanesCows
- PnP Sharing is Caring initiative - Getting started guidance and training for using GitHub and contributing to the community
- Check out all the great community calls, SDKs, and tooling for Microsoft 365 from https://aka.ms/m365/community
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