It’s no exaggeration to make the claim that I use the hashtag #community in around 90% of my social media posts. It’s also not an inaccurate statement to say that I’m the crazy guy who will run up to people and probably just shout “#COMMUNITY” at everyone and anyone… and all for very, very good reason.
It honestly seems like we were in the last ice age when I started this project, but I can sense that the development phase is definitely within touching distance.
The only thing that stands between me and the fun of dev work, is documentation… oh, how I HATE documentation.
We recently had an issue where all of our users found themselves greeted with a white screen when they were trying to use the Microsoft Dynamics 365 App for Outlook…. Thankfully Lucy Muscat knew the fix!
If you’ve ever worked with tools of any kind – workshop, garage, kitchen etc – you’ll probably have been told, at least once, to “Use the right tool for the job”.
The same rule applies when picking the right #PowerPlatform tool for the job.
#Hart365 #Microsoft #PowerApps #Flow #PowerBI #Forms
I’ve spent the past week trying to work out the spaghetti puzzle of Licensing with Limahl (NO, Not that one!) from the Acquiring and Provisioning team.
The joys of licensing mean that we need to look at everything from storage, user count, number of emails, attachments, calories consumed that day, the colour of the moon, the date in the Aztec calendar and so much more
Hello! Along with the joys of trying to find the useful information in the mounds of paperwork, I have also had the joy of spending time with Sven the Swedish Systems Structural Specialist….
Time for a look at how Arthur manages to cope with the Architecture phase of the project.
Following the wonders of the ProSpecT (Project Specification Talk) meeting this was always the phase of the project that I was most wary of.
Under the latest management directives we were at the stage of the project now called the WORKSHOP – which stands for Working Out Required Knowledge Solutions, Holistically Observing Possibilities…