Source: The Lunch Zone – Private Channels in Microsoft Teams, and Bo Knows Episode 1. Owen and Greg Frick talk about Bo (Last Name unpronounceable) and a new feature in Microsoft Teams called Private Channels. A noisy restaurant, and obviosuly… Read More ›
I just tried Microsoft Edge built on Chrome and, so far, it is marvelous. I listened to a Windows Weekly episode this morning that was a week old. It was Windows Weekly episode 614. I fully enjoyed the first half… Read More ›
I was reminded today about how I haven’t been current with my blog and how much I enjoy sharing information, ideas, findings, and perspectives here on this site. A lot has happened since my last post in Nov 2020. First… Read More ›
Some interesting aspects of the journey of Ash Culmsee, PowerApps MVP, are described in this MSIgnite 2020 session. An example: I had never considered Technology as a field that I wanted to go into. It was one of those things where, “My Dad does Tech, so it must be boring.”
What? Me, Worry? Why do we need to worry about our data? There’s probably a large portion of it that is confidential! Why do we feel the need to protect it, and to manage it? Perhaps, we don’t want it… Read More ›
It’s great to see that the requests from users for a Linux-native client for Microsoft Teams is being worked on! Given the date of the original UserVoice request, this request has been in the queue since the early days of… Read More ›
Let me tell you the story of a PowerApps naming mistake related to the new Component custom properties that I made – maybe it will help you avoid a pothole. Or, maybe you already know this. You decide.
Have you seen the movie, “Stranger than Fiction“? It’s the one with Will Farrell as an IRS Auditor. The catch is, he has a narrator. And the narrator looks and sounds exactly like Emma Thompson pretending to be a writer…. Read More ›