Big News! Microsoft to Speak at the Power Platform World Tour in Milan
On 19-20 November, the Power Platform World Tour is making a stop in Milan for 2 information-packed days with 32+ sessions focused on honing your Power BI, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow skills. The event will kick-off with attendees hearing directly from the Power Platform product source, Microsoft.
Jon Levesque, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft, will be joining the Power Platform team from Dynamic Communities on the main stage to deliver the featured keynote presentation.
Jon manages the pillars of community, evangelism, and engagement for the Microsoft Flow product. Through blogging, video production, storytelling, and community building, Jon takes pride in growing the everyday awareness of and usage of Flow and the other Power Platform products.
The Power Platform has seen an amazing uptake even within the last year – and it’s only going to go up from there. Come get the latest insight from Microsoft on what’s coming next for the Power Platform, and how you can prepare you and your organization for taking the next step towards unlocking the full potential of Power BI, PowerApps, and Flow.
Three “Must-Attend” Sessions to Note
My Big Fat Power BI
Francesco De Chirico, Data Analytics Team Lead
The strong performance of the Power BI engine, coupled with its high data compression factor, often makes optimizing data models built with Power BI desktop unnecessary. In fact, this is a good practice that should always be expected in the development cycle of your models, regardless of size and complexity.
In this session, come learn some of the best practices to follow to optimize your models and the tools at your disposal to verify the actual level of optimization of the same. See how it is possible to collect, via DMV, all the useful information of the data structures of your models using Power BI desktop.
The Power Is Coming…
Frederik Bisback, Cloud Consultant
What’s the difference between Microsoft Flow and Logic Apps? Do you always need to use Logic Apps to create low coding automation between Azure and other applications?
This session will guide you through the differences of Microsoft Flow and Logic Apps, and teach you when to extend Microsoft Flow by using Azure Logic Apps services. Additionally, it will take a look at some examples of “how-to” combine Azure service connectors with Microsoft Flow and PowerApps.
Integrated use of Teams, Flow, and Power BI for Project Management
Andrea Martorana (MVP), Power BI Team Manager
Picture this: A working group has adopted Teams as their project management tool. Tasks are managed through integration with Planner or other external tools (Trello, Jira…). Wiki and OneNote are used for documentation, minutes of meetings, knowledge bases, etc.
But as we all know, not everything can be managed through Teams. This is where the Power Platform comes in. Come learn about this real-life scenario of integration obtained through the Power Platform and see how Project Management through a combination of these tools can result in efficiency and success.
If you’re ready to take your Power Platform knowledge to the next level by learning how to better Analyze with Power BI, Act with PowerApps, and Automate with Flow, now’s your time to register for Milan Power Platform World Tour!