Chris BarberPower Platform Senior Solution Architect

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Introduction to Power Platform COE (1)

With adoption rates of Power Platform skyrocketing, so do the critical questions of groups (Security, Compliance, IT, Legal) within the organization : “How do we limit our exposure to data leaks?” “How do we manage use?” “How do we get insights into what people are building and subsequently utilizing?” “Have we approved the connections to […]

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Power Platform Language Standardization with Power FX #msignite

As apart of the Microsoft Ignite event today, it was announced that the next chapter for low-code development over the next 24 months will position Power FX as the standard language for Power Platform. Thus streamlining the platform to utilize a single syntax for Canvas application-based development. Standardizing the “code” language of Power Platform not […]

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PowerApps Sharing in Bulk with Office 365 Groups

In many cases when you are deploying an enterprise application to production you are doing so with a large subset of users. Handling the manual additions of a single user over and over again to the application and security role is not only time-consuming but inefficient. As an alternative approach to this method, I recommend […]

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Power Platform Dataverse (CDS) Bulk Record Deletion

When you first start out in Dataverse it appears that there is no easy way to bulk-delete records unless you come from a dynamics background. If you are like me and usually have dataflow bringing in thousands of items at a time, this can become burdensome. Following the video (Link) & steps below you can […]

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Rocketing PowerApps Development Forward

The goal of pair programming or team coding is to efficiently develop & maintain a computer software. This type of componentized programming allows for multiple users to break up a large application into parts reducing workloads while maximizing team efficiency. One of the sticking points for PowerApps at the time of this blog post is […]

Talking Teams Integration at the Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon

I am excited to announce that on Thursday May 28th at 10AM PST, I will be speaking at the Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon alongside countless other Microsoft employees and MVPs. It’s a great honor to be able to present at this conference, which has had to pivot because of COVID-19. Traditionally, this conference would be […]