Session Details
Day: 16/03/2017
Time: 09:00 - 17:00
Room: Oliva

Track: Training (Product, ISV, Skills)
Level: 300 - Advanced
Audience: ALL
Type:
Extending Dynamics 365 with PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, the Common Data Service and Azure Services
NOTE:  1.5 DAY TRAINING - THURSDAY 9:00 - 17:00 AND FRIDAY 9:00 - 12:00

Join us for an interactive training where you will learn how to create business applications without writing code, by leveraging Microsoft Business Application Platform technologies – PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. In this day and a half workshop, you will explore the creation of a line of business application using PowerApps, business automation using Flow, and the methods for extending the application even further with the Common Data Service and Azure. This is a hands on training, so please come prepared with your computer, your ideas and your questions.

 

A sample agenda for the training is as follows:

Day 1:
09:00 AM - Introductions​

09:15 AM - Overview

09:30 AM – Microsoft PowerApps​

10:45 AM – Break ​

11:00 AM – PowerApps Labs

12:00 PM – Lunch Break​

01:30 PM – Open Discussion / Partner Opportunities​

02:15 PM - Flow

03:30 PM - Flow Labs

04:30 PM - Q&A and Open Discussion

Day 2:

09:00 AM – Common Data Service​ and Azure

10:15 AM – Break​

11:00 AM -- Common Data Service Labs​

11:45 AM –  Call to Action / Q&A​

12:00 PM – Training End 

 
Introducing Your Speaker

Cathy Dew, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft

Cathy, is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft responsible for PowerApps, Flow and Stream.  Before joining Microsoft, she worked in the consulting world for 10 years and was a Microsoft MVP for 5 years. She has been focused on working with businesses to build enterprise solutions across numerous verticals and brings this unique perspective to the PowerApps team.


Ms. Dew is passionate about the community and has created and managed several community focused user groups, including several groups for Women in Technology. She has presented numerous sessions at user groups, SharePoint Saturday events, conferences, and training sessions.