The Intrazone is your bi-weekly conversation and interview podcast hosted by the SharePoint team. This show takes you into the building blocks of your Microsoft SharePoint intranet – and with this episode, into the tangible tools to build the business solutions you need. Rise, citizen developers, rise! Get your ears ready and subscribe today!
The Intrazone doubles! Episode 2 focuses on how SharePoint helps moves information in and outside of Office 365, to map to business processes in ways that all users can more easily build business solutions at their fingertips. Long live the citizen developer.
This week Hosts Mark Kashman and Chris McNulty discuss low-code / no-code solutions, the meaning behind it, the trends, along with the benefits and repercussions. They explore various scenarios supported by Microsoft Flow and PowerApps. Special guests this week include SharePoint experts Tracy van der Schyff (@TracyVDS) – Office 365 MVP and SharePoint Coach and Catalyst and Asif Rehmani (@asifrehmani), Office 365 MVP and CEO of VisualSP.
Link to the article mentioned in the show:
· Tracy's #Microsoft365 Day 124 post: Capture and Share Contacts with Office 365
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