In this installment of the weekly discussion revolving around the latest news and topics on Microsoft 365, hosts –
How do you end up owning a PnP open source project? Start by making and sharing something that makes your own life easier. In Erwin’s case, create a little PowerShell module in 2014. Now, 60 Million PowerShell Cmdlets are executed each day. Subsequent discussion focuses on who, why, where, how to use PnP PowerShell. PnP PowerShell can be used for Microsoft Teams and Planner in addition to SharePoint. Covered off on connectivity, authentication, supportability, roadmap, and on how PnP PowerShell and Microsoft Graph PowerShell are complementary. Future and present –
This episode was recorded on Monday, January 18, 2020.
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