With our new Power Up skilling initiative, we’re helping people build low-code skills and advance their careers with Power Platform.
On stage, we shared several exciting new product and program announcements, including the launch of the Power Up skilling program, which will help individuals advance their careers with low-code technology skills, and improved SAP integrations, which will make connecting mission critical SAP instances to your Power Platform solutions easier than ever.
I also highlighted two fantastic Power Apps features for collaborative apps: realtime coauthoring and cards. Coauthoring enables real-time immersive collaboration among multiple developers working on the same app at the same time – a Power Platform first! Additionally, cards makes it simple to create and distribute microapps in Teams and Outlook, right where users are collaborating!
Read the blog to learn more: https://aka.ms/MPPC22blog