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Wednesday, December 4
 

10:45am PST

Using PowerApps Canvas Apps and MS Flow to Support Business Processes
In this session, we will explore how PowerApps and Microsoft Flow can be used to affect change in your business processes.

In this session, we will address the following:
- A brief overview of the PowerApps and MS Flow. Identify their strengths as a business process tool.
- Identify the specific roles that these solutions may play in your businesses process solutions
- Walkthrough a PowerApps and MS Flow solution
- Demonstrate the solution

I would like to present this session - along with Rem Saparco

Speakers
RS

Rem Saparco

Co-founder, Fidelity Factory Inc


Wednesday December 4, 2019 10:45am - 11:45am PST
Canyon C

1:00pm PST

2:15pm PST

Developing Custom Connectors for the Microsoft Power Platform
Sean Panter and Rem Saparco will be walking you through the process of building a Custom Connector for use within PowerApps or MS Flow.

Speakers
RS

Rem Saparco

Co-founder, Fidelity Factory Inc


Wednesday December 4, 2019 2:15pm - 3:15pm PST
Canyon C

3:30pm PST

The Future of Applied Data in Business
Data is everywhere and, increasingly, seems as though there is nothing we don't measure. If we discover something we aren't currently measuring, we quickly figure out how to, and usually, the results end up online.
Much of this data ends up being public in one way or another, especially if it is data collected by government agencies. We want to discuss and showcase some of the implications of this, and demonstrate how Data Science and something as seemingly innocuous as historical weather data can be used to grab useful and meaningful data for business analytics. With a little creativity, pretty much any data can end up being a potent resource for modern business at any scale.

Speakers
avatar for David Tello

David Tello

Independent Researcher, Python Lover
I am a cross-disciplinary and business-oriented applied mathematician with a healthy analytical mindset and expertise in computational modeling, mathematical modeling, regression modeling, financial analysis, and problem-oriented modeling construction. I also possess three years of... Read More →


Wednesday December 4, 2019 3:30pm - 4:30pm PST
Canyon C
 
Thursday, December 5
 

9:00am PST

DAX and Filter Context - Seeing the right data
This session will demystify DAX Filter Context, which determines what portion of your data model a calculation has access to and how you can ensure you have the right data and an accurate result. We'll start with some groundwork on the key concepts involved with DAX, the data formula language used by Power BI and Excel's PowerPivot, including the difference between Row and Filter context, and when you use CALCULATE. We'll spend the bulk of the session with examples of how filters are working, how to modify filters to act on subsets of supersets of your data, and how you can use virtual tables and variables to modify your context. If time allows, we can slip in some DAX editor hotkeys everyone can use whenever they edit DAX to save themselves time and aggravation!

Speakers

Thursday December 5, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am PST
Canyon C

10:15am PST

Building Highly visible solutions to address every day needs
This session will discuss and demonstrate ways where power users can use PowerApps, Power Automate (Flow), and SharePoint to build solutions that are applicable to everyone’s business and make you a Power Platform superstar.

Speakers
avatar for David Dean

David Dean

Sr Microsoft 365 Infrastructure Engineer, Choice Hotels


Thursday December 5, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am PST
Canyon C

11:30am PST

PowerApps and Flow Hands On Lab: Part 1
Please plan to bring your own laptop, this is part one of the hands on lab.
While you may already familiar with Power BI, PowerApps and perhaps Microsoft Flow; you may not know that Microsoft is bringing these tools together into a unified brand called: the Microsoft Power platform. In this HANDS ON introduction to these products AND how you can use these products together to create very sophisticated “no code/low code” solutions for Business Analysts and citizen developers. In this Hands On Lab, we will build an Event Management Solutions and covers the following technologies PowerApps, Common Data Service(CDS), Business Card Reader, Power Automate, and Powerapps Portals.

Prerequisites
  1. Access to a PowerApps Environment - If you don’t have access to a PowerApps Environment, sign up for a trial prior to beginning of the session. Instructions are provided in the Session Materials
  2. Provision a trial PowerApps Portal prior to beginning of Part 2 – Instructions available in the Session Materials
  3. An electronic copy of the lab will be provided, you might want to bring a tablet to display the lab during the session

Speakers
avatar for Edrei Mpanduki

Edrei Mpanduki

Functional Analyst, Sanitation Specialists
I've been working with Dynamics 365 CE since the days with Dynamics CRM 2011.I'm passionate about the Power Platform, especially how to Power Apps and Power Automate have taken our implementation of Dynamics 365 to a new level of goodness. You can connect with me on LinkedIn at... Read More →



Thursday December 5, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm PST
Canyon C

1:30pm PST

PowerApps and Flow Hands On Lab: Part 2
Part 2, please plan to bring your own laptop.
While you may already familiar with Power BI, PowerApps and perhaps Microsoft Flow; you may not know that Microsoft is bringing these tools together into a unified brand called: the Microsoft Power platform. In this HANDS ON introduction to these products AND how you can use these products together to create very sophisticated “no code/low code” solutions for Business Analysts and citizen developers. In this Hands On Lab, we will build an Event Management Solutions and covers the following technologies PowerApps, Common Data Service(CDS), Business Card Reader, Power Automate, and Powerapps Portals.

Prerequisites
  1. Access to a PowerApps Environment - If you don’t have access to a PowerApps Environment, sign up for a trial prior to beginning of the session. Instructions are provided in the Session Materials
  2. Provision a trial PowerApps Portal prior to beginning of Part 2 – Instructions available in the Session Materials
  3. An electronic copy of the lab will be provided, you might want to bring a tablet to display the lab during the session

Speakers
avatar for Edrei Mpanduki

Edrei Mpanduki

Functional Analyst, Sanitation Specialists
I've been working with Dynamics 365 CE since the days with Dynamics CRM 2011.I'm passionate about the Power Platform, especially how to Power Apps and Power Automate have taken our implementation of Dynamics 365 to a new level of goodness. You can connect with me on LinkedIn at... Read More →



Thursday December 5, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm PST
Canyon C