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Join fellow users in your quest for certification with Microsoft Dynamics 365! Study Group sessions are round table discussions across a variety of topics and themes applicable to the Microsoft Certification listed. Please review the following topics for this week’s discussion on the MB200 Certification (Microsoft Power Platform + Dynamics 365 Core): Manage User Experience Design.

Microsoft has just released PowerApps Portals in Public Preview! In this session, you will walk away with a better understanding of how you can deliver better customer experiences with the new PowerApps Portals. I will also share a number of tips and tricks that I have learned during my experience in the private preview of the PowerApps portals and working with the previous CRM Portals solution.​

En esta serie de Webinars explicaremos conceptos fundamentales acerca de la #ciberseguridad, porque es tan importante tener sistemas de monitoreos adecuados que apoyen las iniciativas de ciberseguridad y veremos algunos escenarios en los cuales utilizaremos las capacidades de visualización de Power BI para desarrollar cuadros de mandos que nos permitan monitorear activamente posibles ciberataques. Explicaremos como realizar una conexión a datos en tiempo real, usando Power BI Service, y exploraremos como

Reza Rad and Leila Etaati are both Microsoft MVPs, User Group All Stars & Academy instructors, well-known international speakers, best-selling authors, and avid bloggers about the Microsoft Power Platform – the true definition of a ‘Power Couple’.

Power BI dashboards look so great but – let’s face it – it’s intimidating to get started. This session will focus on getting you introduced to Power BI. The technical user can start here to begin designing dashboards. The non-technical leader can start hear to learn enough about the capabilities of Power BI to develop a vision for reports that meet their needs.

If you are just getting started with Power BI you may be seeing a lot of references to a ‘Calendar’ Table or ‘Date Table. Maybe you already have a handle on this aspect of PBI, but a lot of people seem not to understand how to get started. If you forego having a ‘Calendar’ Table altogether, you can end up having a very cumbersome file and you won’t be able to take advantage of many of the awesome date/time functions offered through Power BI. There are quite a few good resources already out there.

Nowadays, low-code/no-code are buzzwords that you often hear coupled with the PowerApps platform. Microsoft truly changed the ICT landscape with the introduction of PowerApps, a focus on democratising solution development, and empowering citizen developers. However, with the public preview release of the PowerApps Component Framework (formerly known as the Custom Control Framework) hardcore developers can now rejoice with an exciting frameworks to play with. The PowerApps Component Framework allows you to build your own PowerApps custom controls and move away from the good old web resources approach. The framework expands on the platform’s capability and fills the gap when it comes to building custom rich controls. Come along to this session to see how we highlight the existing issues with web resources and demonstrate how those resources can be replaced with the latest framework. Live demo will include from building a control and deploying to Dynamics.

Here are the top 10 benefits for Microsoft customers or partners building Dynamics 365, Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents, Power Automate or Power BI apps.
1. Better business software
2. Faster release cadence
3. Higher return on investment
4. Greater user satisfaction
5. More visibility and confidence
6. Efficient allocation of capital
7. Less risk
8. More control
9. Empowered collaboration
10. More rewarding

Learn how to use parameters in your Power BI report to take your data exploration to the next level by leveraging scenarios and visually see how things change on a Power BI report in real-time.

Power Platform Presenter:  @Belinda Allen, MVP – Trainer/Author/MVP, Smith & Allen Consulting
Power BI is a cloud-based business analytics service that enables anyone to visualize and analyze data with greater speed, efficiency, and understanding. It connects users to a broad range of data through easy-to-use dashboards, interactive reports, and compelling visualizations that bring data to life. Attend this session to start from the beginning: what is Power BI and how can it work for me?  Understand how Power BI Works See examples of visualizations can tell a story.

Join fellow users in your quest for certification with Microsoft Dynamics 365! Study Group sessions are round table discussions across a variety of topics and themes applicable to the Microsoft Certification listed. Please review the following topics for this week’s discussion on the MB200 Certification (Microsoft Power Platform + Dynamics 365 Core): Perform Solutions Deployment and Testing.

We’re “gettin’ real” in this deep dive on how you can use Power BI for business operational reporting, including manufacturing, warehousing, and shipping. By the end of this webinar you will know how to link to your BC / NAV system, have a basic understanding of data tables and fields specific to operations, and how to build and publish dashboards and daily/weekly reports.

— Behavioural test is an acceptance test written in plain language that users can write and understand
— Explain the context, event and outcome in given-when-then format
— Can be written before, during or after development
— Writing behavioural tests before development is BDD (behaviour-driven development). Helps developers know when they’re done.
— Set of behaviour tests is a form of contract between users and app builders
— Can be slow to execute until automated and don’t reveal root cause