Session Recording from SPS-Stockholm 2018
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A 21st Century Lunch Bell Based on Cognitive Services, Azure IoT and Office365
Based on a trained image recognition model in Azure Cognitive Services we are able to tell if the local food truck is parking in our driveway and ready for offering snacks. In case the truck is here MoCaDeSyMo uses Microsoft Teams to literally ring the lunch bell in order to inform the different subscribers. For further reference, all the information is also accessible through a SharePoint Online site. If our users are not on Teams but on Skype the system also can notify given users via a Skype instant message, so both worlds, Teams and Skype are reachable. Homie is the Bot frontend of the system, it allows users to ask him if the food truck is already here or not. Homie also offers an option to subscribe to different channels or set up your very own settings. With the power of Azure IoT, Homie even lights up a LED light connected to a Raspberry PI on your very own desk if the truck has arrived.
The given use case is of course not a real business problem, but the experience you gain doing all this, seeing all the different options available with the combination of Office365, Azure and a little bit of creativity can be a powerful tool in terms of mastering the challenge of being up to date with the Microsoft ecosystem.
Azure Durable Orchestration – Let’s Orchestrate your Functions!
We will take a journey down memory lane. We will be talking about how we used to write server side applications and comparing it against how we should be thinking about writing functions today! We will also talk about the different design patter used in FaaS, and how durable orchestration allows us to do just that.
Be an Office 365 Administrative Rockstar with Logic Apps, Microsoft Flow & Azure Functions
Better collaboration with Office 365
Bots and Language understanding: 1 year after General Availability
Building apps for Microsoft Teams like a boss
Building serverless applications with Microsoft Graph and Azure Functions
K2NE Germany GmbH
Flowverload: The World's Best Introduction on Microsoft Flow
This session introduces Microsoft Flow and how it can help you save time, and make your business highly visible by partnering with Microsoft's growing ecosystem including O365 and SharePoint Online. It'll also demonstrate how you can create an automated workflow between your favorite O365 apps and services to get notifications, synchronize files, collect data, and more!
This session features "Jon Levesque" a senior program manager from the product group of Microsoft Flow! Sharing Microsoft Flow's roadmap and all what's new!
GDPR on o365 - Your Top 5 Features Checklist to help in getting compliant
Groupify my SharePoint and Teamify my Groups
How Hub Sites Raise SharePoint's Intranet Potential
In principle, you could have a hub site as your intranet home page, pull in corporate news from a communication site, and also give each department a team site for additional news items.
Does this mean we can use Hub Sites as our Intranet or is it still some building blocks missing?
Join this session to learn more
Microsoft Flow advanced: tips, pitfalls, problems and warnings to be known before starting a real project
After working with Microsoft Flow almost every day since the begining of the product, we faced some situations and traps that require more advanced skills.
This is what this session is all about.
We will show you different real problems and the way we solved it
You will learn about the workflow definition language , creating custom connectors,how to extend Flows, how to use it from existing applications,
the very latest features, and if the well known "Workflow best practices" can be applied to Microsoft Flow today or in the future.
This will be a demo-heavy session.
Groupify my SharePoint and Teamify my GroupsModern site and Teams provisioning across a Bot, SharePoint Framework, Azure Function and Microsoft Flow
In this session will analyze how to build a Bot, Azure functions, and Microsoft Flow in order to create and automate the provisioning process and we'll go deeper in the solution architecture.
This session is designed for someone with little or no experience with PowerApps. If you would like to learn what PowerApps is all about and if it can help you in your work, then this session is for you! We'll look at the essential concepts of PowerApps, including basic data connections, controls, and formulas. I'll also provide general usage tips and some ways to increase your knowledge after the session.
Groupify my SharePoint and Teamify my GroupsSecure collaboration in the cloud, is it possible?
Setting up your SPFx continuous integration and delivery pipelines on VSTS
SPFx Team based Development using Docker
Docker is a software virtualization solution. In a way it's similar to virtual machines: it allows you to run your software isolated from your main OS.
1. Hosting multiple different versions of SPFx in Single machine
2. Isolate different tools and configurations
3. Setup default image for your development team
4. Docker images are much more lightweight than classic virtual machines.
- Create and Build Docker container
- Run the Image
- Create a spfx webpart using docker container
Teams etiquette: the unwritten rules of handling Teams in an organisation
Teams has been released over a year now. A lot of companies have been introducing this awesome app to their users. But with great power comes great responsibility, and unleashing teams can become messy pretty quick. This new "swiss army knife" combines so many features and apps, introducing a new interface and possibilities.
How do we deal with introducing this new app to our users? How do we handle the change? How can we make sure it is being used to its full potential? What are the new rules of engagement and how do we make it a nice to use environment for our organisation?
Come to this session to learn all about it!
The raise of the Citizen Developer. How to build low-code intelligent Business Applications in Office 365
A sneak peak to a demo you may find here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbUGhITVykQ&feature=youtu.be
Trends in the digital workplace
With the strong development of features in Office 365 companies are challenged monthly with new possibilities. But if you want to make the correct decisions today you need to understand where the development of the digital workplace is heading.
But it is not only the technical development you need to understand, it is equally important to understand desired behaviors among employees. How will companies solve collaboration, sharing, learning, contribution and reach in the future?
This will be a quick walkthrough of all the trends in the digital workplace. How will AI increase the productivity? How will the millennials change the way we work when they enter the workforce the next decade? How do we engage our users in the next generation of digital workplaces?