Fusion development teams and Low code as a traditional developer 6th Feb
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How can professional developers and citizen developers work together to produce efficient solutions? Ever wondered what it means to be part of a fusion development team? With the power of a Fusion Development team, professionals, career switchers and students can empower their development and business teams to build better software, faster. 

 

The concept of Fusion Development enables traditional developers to bring in their code-first skills with citizen developers to utilize their low-code skills to build better software, faster with the Power Platform.


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6 February, 2023 | 6:00 PM - (UTC+00:00) Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London

Topic: 'Low/No-Code'

Language: English

 

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Who is it aimed at? 

  • Developers of all stripes
  • Entrepreneurs, industry leaders, and IT Pros looking to for the latest tech
  • Students or learning professionals interested in learning more about the newest tech

 

Why should you attend? 

  • You will understand how grow productivity across business units with fusion development teams
  •  You will understand how to increase tech intensity with a fusion development team
  •  You will understand how organize business and IT professionals into a fusion development team
  • You will understand what Power Fx is and how to use it
  • You will learn how to create an app using Power Apps
  •  You will learn how to modify an app using Power Fx
  •  Earn badges by completing the Learn Module

 

Speaker Bio

Someleze Diko (Cloud Advocate)
Someleze is a young individual that is passionate about upskilling people from different communities using the different technologies at his disposal through being involved with initiatives that upskill and empower people. Today, he is an M365 and Power Platform Cloud Advocate at Microsoft focusing on upskilling students and communities through the Microsoft Power Platform. Before becoming a Cloud Advocate, Someleze was a Gold Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador in which he worked closely with other ambassadors to learn, upskill and empower students in different communities through hosting sessions that cover different Microsoft Technologies. He also served as a United Nations Peace Ambassador a long side his team from Artpeace.

 

Gomolemo Mohapi (Cloud Advocate)

Gomolemo is a young South African who is determined to make a long-lasting impact on the world through technology.

In university, he took it upon himself to create multiple written programming tutorials for his peers which significantly assisted those who were struggling to grasp programming concepts. Thereafter, Gomolemo joined the Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador program where he gained advanced technical skills and eventually expanded to host workshops, hackathons and speaking at various conferences.

Gomolemo eventually fell in love with the Power Platform, because it was a low-code platform which gave way for him to empower and upskill not just those with a technical background, but anyone from any industry who was looking to learn how to build applications.

He has since co-authored a Power Platform Udacity course and is now a Cloud Advocate at Microsoft focused on Power Apps and Fusion Development.

 

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