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Dynamics Weekly #101

Welcome to Dynamics Weekly! Lots of content this week. We have blog posts about Environment Variables
Dynamics Weekly #101
By Guido Preite • Issue #101 • View online
Welcome to Dynamics Weekly!
Lots of content this week. We have blog posts about Environment Variables, a video about Child Flows and a superb podcast section: interviews with Matt Barbour, Aaron Elder and Steven Guggenheimer.
Inside this issue you will find a new section about Dynamics 365 Talent. As I am not familiar with Talent I asked MVP Malin Donoso Martnes to curate this new part. The idea is to have this section once a month, highlighting the content of the previous one. Talent is a rising star inside the Power Platform ecosystem and I am sure some of you are interested in this product.
Last but not least: keep an eye on the PowerApps Blog, they recently posted some interesting content. This is also the week of Microsoft Ignite, if you can’t attend in person they will livestream the keynote and recorded sessions will be available later.
Thanks!
Guido Preite
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Articles
Using PowerApps Environment Variables
Licensing is NOT a security mechanism
Tools & Code
Simple ALM for Dynamics 365/CDS Projects
PowerApps Portals: Liquid and JavaScript – Better Together!
Azure Durable Function with D365 CE
Videos
Designing and Developing PowerApps Portals
Designing and Developing PowerApps Portals
How to create child Flows in Microsoft Flow?
How to create child Flows in Microsoft Flow?
Power Platform | Having fun with NASA APIs, PowerApps, and Flow
Power Platform | Having fun with NASA APIs, PowerApps, and Flow
Podcasts
XrmToolCast: New Tools and Breaking Changes With Matt Barbour
The Origin Story of Dynamics 365 CE with Aaron Elder
Steve has another chat with Guggs
Dynamics 365 Talent (October 2019)
Other interesting articles
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