DynamicsPower! 365 Saturday Barcelona is returning in 2020 with the biggest community event covering Hands on Workshops and Deepdives into Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement, Unified Operations, Business Central, Power Platform and more! Organised by our Community Leader Demian Raschkovan. We are working on building out the agenda now and will get the site updated soon, but do not hesitate to get registered now!

WHEN

7 November 2020

WHERE

Barcelona, Spain
Spain

Submitted Sessions

Session Name Speaker Level Status
Building Microsoft Logic Apps?? You need to reconsider this best practices Ambesh Singh 400 Submitted
Debug and test plugins, workflows, and security locally! Magnus Gether Sørensen 500 Submitted
Delete Your Integrations! Patterns for system integration beyond data movement Dustin Domerese 200 Submitted
Dynamics 365 and Typescript - the proper way to write client-side code Magnus Gether Sørensen 500 Submitted
How do I get people to use my system? User adoption challenges and practical solutions Dustin Domerese 200 Submitted
Stop the Emails Already! Alternative solutions to email notifications Dustin Domerese 200 Submitted
The Seven Deadly Sins of D365 Development (And How to Avoid Them!) Magnus Gether Sørensen 500 Submitted
What's new in Test Driven Development for CDS / Power Platform 500 Submitted

Speakers

Ambesh Singh

Dynamics 365 CE, Logic App/Flow, Power BI, Portals

Building Microsoft Logic Apps?? You need to reconsider this best practices

Dustin Domerese

Dustin Domerese is a thought leader and technology innovator within the Microsoft ecosystem and delivers his vast technical experience in the CRM, ERP, and Software Development industries to business leaders, end-users, and technical leaders throughout the community.

Delete Your Integrations! Patterns for system integration beyond data movement

Stop the Emails Already! Alternative solutions to email notifications

How do I get people to use my system? User adoption challenges and practical solutions

Magnus Gether Sørensen

As a Computer Scientist and Engineer, that loves to improve the way I work, I push the limitations of the xRM SDK daily. My goal as a developer for xRM is to make the developer experience easier for my colleagues. I do this by creating developer tools. Thus, I have gotten the nickname xRM Tooling Wizard. My goal is to bring best practices from both the academic- and real world into the world of Business Applications - and where else applicable.

Dynamics 365 and Typescript - the proper way to write client-side code

The Seven Deadly Sins of D365 Development (And How to Avoid Them!)

Debug and test plugins, workflows, and security locally!

Prizes / SWAG

Prizes / SWAG have not yet been defined.

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