In this installment of the weekly discussion revolving around the latest news and topics on Microsoft 365, hosts – Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) | @vesajuvonen, Waldek Mastykarz (Microsoft) | @waldekm are joined by Seattle-based Program Manager from OneDrive and SharePoint (ODSP) engineering - Nicole Woon (Microsoft) | @NovelNicole . Topics discussed in this episode include: Nicole’s product - SharePoint site templates. The importance and Making products approachable to both the most advanced developer and to someone new to the product. Customer connection and delivering capabilities based on an understanding of human behavior and using “craft” for high-quality product development. A strategy for learning everything necessary to excel as a technical support engineer, being an accessibility champ and thriving as a woman in IT.
Covering also 21 new articles from Microsoft and the Community from past week!
Please remember to keep on providing us feedback on how we can help on this journey. We always welcome feedback on making the community more inclusive and diverse.
This session was recorded on Monday, June 21, 2021, and it is the last episode until we return from summer holiday to kick off Season 4 - Episode 133, sometime around end of August. Thank you for watching and listening, we hope you have a happy and safe summer. Please note: There will be no break in our regularly delivered Thursday M365/SharePoint Community calls and calls from other organizations.
These videos and podcasts are published each week and are intended to be roughly 45 - 60 minutes in length. Please do give us feedback on this video and podcast series and also do let us know if you have done something cool/useful so that we can cover that in the next weekly summary! The easiest way to let us know is to share your work on Twitter and add the hashtag #PnPWeekly. We are always on the lookout for refreshingly new content. “Sharing is caring!”
Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!
If you’d like to hear from a specific community member in an upcoming recording and/or have specific questions for Microsoft 365 engineering or visitors – please let us know. We will do our best to address your requests or questions.
"Sharing is caring!"
You must be a registered user to add a comment. If you've already registered, sign in. Otherwise, register and sign in.