I am truly honored to have been invited to be a guest speaker for Process Innovation at @IT-Universitetet i København/Copenhagen IT University (ITU). It was a pleasure to share my insights and experiences on how digital process innovation theories become a reality in the #Microsoft #PowerPlatform. I am grateful for the opportunity to engage with the students and contribute to their learning. I am confident that the knowledge and skills they have acquired will help them in their future endeavors.
Thank you for a great day at the university, with good questions and dialog. Thanks for making this possible @Daniel Fürstenau, Associate Professor, and for @Stine Høiberg Rasmussen and @Eduardo Rodriguez being the rock start lectors at this course.
The student was eager to learn more about the power platform, which may also be true for you. Therefore I gave them this diverse collection of valuable cases & learning, the motherload of Microsoft Power Platform: Learning Resources.
The link is a blog post by @Saurabh Pant, a Principal Program Manager at Microsoft Power Platform. The post summarizes various resources to help customers learn and use Power Apps, a low-code app development platform by Microsoft. Some of the resources mentioned in the post are:
- Power Apps learning paths on Microsoft Learn offer free online courses on different topics and skill levels related to Power Apps.
- Power Apps Community Plan allows users to create and test apps without a license or subscription.
- Power Apps Community is an online forum where users can ask questions, share ideas, and learn from experts and peers.
- Power Apps YouTube channel features videos on several topics such as tutorials, tips and tricks, customer stories, and events.
The post also provides links to other resources such as documentation, blogs, podcasts, webinars, events, and certifications related to Power Apps.
The Power Apps learning paths are free online courses on Microsoft Learn that cover different topics and skill levels related to Power Apps¹. Some of the learning paths are:
- Introduction to developing with Microsoft Power Platform, which teaches you how to use Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power BI to create business solutions.
- Extending Microsoft Power Platform with Microsoft Dataverse shows you how to use Microsoft Dataverse (formerly known as Common Data Service) to store and manage data for your apps.
- Bring AI to your business with AI Builder, which introduces you to AI Builder, a feature that lets you add artificial intelligence capabilities to your apps without coding.
Each learning path consists of several modules that include videos, text, quizzes, and exercises. You can track your progress and earn badges and certificates upon completion.
See below to download the Presentation from my guest lecture for Process Innovation at IT University of Copenhagen 👇