Episode 125: Markus Erlandsson engages in a discussion with Jim Novak from Microsoft regarding the Cloud for healthcare industry solution. Jim provides insights into its evolution from an accelerator to a broader solution and sheds light on the significance of “cloud for” in its name. Furthermore, he emphasizes Microsoft’s extensive efforts towards integration with this solution.
Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft and former Microsoft Business Applications MVP – and healthcare industries.
Episode 113: Markus Erlandsson and Heidi Neuhauser have a chat with Lisa Crosbie from Barhead Solutions about custom pages. They discuss what custom pages are, how you can use them and how they differ from canvas apps.
Lisa has a contagious enthusiasm for low code technology and making it possible for anyone to get started with Power Platform and Dynamics 365.
Lisa has taken a career journey from being a Dynamics 365 customer and a business user doing unspeakable things with Excel, to an evangelist for Microsoft Business Applications, educating customers and helping solve problems for people just like who she used to be. Lisa loves getting people excited about this awesome technology, opening new possibilities, and giving back to this community that has given her so much, learning and sharing together every day.
She is a YouTuber, podcaster, blogger and speaker.
Episode 108: Markus Erlandsson talks to Nick Hance from Reenhanced about Robotic Desktop Automation and RPA, and how you can automate most things that don’t have an API. Nick starts by explaining what Robotic Process Automation (RPA) means and part of its history. He continues to talk about attended vs unattended and what the difference is, how you can use it to automate your tasks and be more effective.
Nick is heavily focused on WordPress and the Microsoft Power Platform and is the author of two Power Automate connectors, Gravity Forms, and Power Form 7 (for Contact Form 7). He’s aiming to make using WordPress with Power Apps & Power Automate, pleasant, profitable, and enjoyable. Nick is an accomplished software developer and president of Reenhanced, a company that has reviewed and tagged each and every one of the 585 Power Automate connectors at connectorreview.com.
Episode 95: Markus Erlandsson talks to Mark Smith about Center of Excellence kit for Power Platform. Mark is also known as nz365guy starts by talking about what you do when you have gotten your first couple of apps up and running on the power platform. The Center of Excellence Starter kit will help you to get insights and Mark explains how and in what ways.
As a Power platform & Dynamics 365 Evangelist, he combines his understanding of business and software applications to demonstrate how technology can assist in digitally transforming organizations.
Episode 94: Markus Erlandsson talks to Shane Young from PowerApps911 about PowerApps with Teams and what the new Project Oakdale is. Shane starts by talking about how he got started on YouTube and how he now has made 176 videos there, then he continues to explain how his team has moved entirely to Microsoft Teams for their collaboration and how they now leverage Teams with PowerApps. Shane explains what Project Oakdale is and how you can use it to your advantages. Then Shane helps you avoid some common pitfalls and how you can get started with PowerApps in Teams, today.
Shane Young has been a Microsoft MVP for the past 15 years and was named one of the first Power Apps and Flow MVPs. Microsoft has awarded him this for his work speaking at major conferences on their behalf, contributions to their training and documentation, and for his YouTube channel that has almost 44 million minutes of watch time for teaching people Microsoft technologies. He uses his strong relationship with the Power Apps and Power Automate product teams at Microsoft to provide his clients with the best, most up-to-date information, and techniques for their apps. Shane has consulted on apps across the globe, with Antarctica being the only continent not covered. So if you know anyone who needs a polar bear app, please let him know. When Shane is not teaching or consulting, you can find him chasing his very active children all over the city of Cincinnati.
Episode 77: Markus Erlandsson talks to Rory Neary from DataSpinners about how to become a Power Platform Solution Builder. Rory explains his view on what a Power Platform Solution Builder or a Citizen Developer is and how more people are becoming developers in the Power Platform. He then continues to talk about what is needed to get going and how he started his journey into the platform.
Rory Neary is a Chartered Accountant turned Power Platform consultant based in London / South Buckinghamshire, UK.
Rory has spent the early part of his career in finance audit and reporting roles and now specialises in PowerApps, Flow and the Microsoft BI stack. He is active in the Microsoft community posting related videos through the youtube channel, and he is a PowerApps community blogger on at https://powerusers.microsoft.com in addition to representing Microsoft across Europe as a Microsoft Power Platform trainer. Rory is also a community leader for https://dynamics365society.uk/ and you can freely download some of his stranger creations from the site.
He is passionate about the potential for using the new technologies on offer to bring order and simplicity to the things that are important to us both at home and at work.
Episode 68: Markus Erlandsson talks to Steve Mordue from Forceworks about the Microsoft Power Platform. Steve starts by explaining what the Power Platform is and how it includes the Common Data Service (CDS), PowerApps, Power BI and Flow. Steve continues how this change to the Power Platform will change the apps that we build for Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement.
Steve is a Microsoft Dynamics 365 MVP, CEO of forceworks who was recently one of the first partners to achieve the Gold ISV Competency and a former Microsoft Partner of the Year
A Former Salesforce.com consultant, who, after 10 years, saw the light in 2011, and moved to Dynamics CRM Online(now Dynamics 365)