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 Toronto, Ontario, Canada-based Microsoft Cloud Solution Architect and MVP Alum, Hugo Bernier (Microsoft) | @bernierh.
Topics discussed in this session:
Hugo’s Day job as a Cloud Solution Architect – focusing on Power Platform adoption - effectively teaching customers how to take advantage of products they already own in context of their existing IT infrastructure.
Hugo’s Night job - working on community initiatives like Sharing is Caring events and on Samples repositories – testing, organizing, tagging SPFx extension and web part samples.
Working with customers to fine tune their governance models. Three tiers of governance. IT led (Mission critical), IT supported (Infrastructure support), and Personal Productivity initiatives (no support).
Rationale for building solutions with Power Platform vs C#. The question – are we building infrastructure capabilities once that will support many projects or building a local app?
Latest focus – Dev containers (Docker). Creating remote containers in VSCode that allow developers to open cloud-based samples in the environment they were built. Use of Dev Containers / Codespaces will be demoed during the February 10th SPFx Community call.
We also covered 22 articles published by Microsoft and the PnP Community over the last week.
Waldek – focused on making it easier for Angular developers to build/modify LOB apps for (also) use in Teams.
Vesa – SPFx v1.14 updates to product, documentation, tutorials for upcoming release.
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