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Dynamics Weekly #137

Welcome to Dynamics Weekly! The important topic is definitely the 2020 release wave 2, in addition to
Dynamics Weekly #137
By Guido Preite • Issue #137 • View online
Welcome to Dynamics Weekly!
The important topic is definitely the 2020 release wave 2, in addition to the official announcement many posts are about this subject, so this week you can find a specific section instead of the usual “Articles” one.
But for me the best content listed in this issue is the podcast from MVP Mark Smith with Lauren Taylor (Elementary Principal at Tacoma Public Schools) where she shares her journey with the Power Platform. Often inside this newsletter you see posts on how to do a task, demonstrate a new feature or a way to fix a common problem. It’s refreshing to listen how the technology (in our case the Power Platform) is used in daily activities and can make a real difference in terms of productivity. Sometimes we forget that our work (like creating a plugin or a canvas app) is to assist someone else, and not only a task in a pipeline that should be completed in a specific amount of time.
Thanks!
Guido Preite

2020 release wave 2 plans
Tools & Code
ERD Visio Builder – XrmToolBox addon
Lambda operators in Web API
Append and Merge to combine data from multiple data source in Power Platform dataflows
Videos
PowerApps Expenses, Model Driven App + Canvas App + Power BI
PowerApps Expenses, Model Driven App + Canvas App + Power BI
PowerApps Common Data Service Option Sets - Create, Filter, Patch, and More
PowerApps Common Data Service Option Sets - Create, Filter, Patch, and More
Microsoft Teams Collaboration 365 Saturday
Microsoft Teams Collaboration 365 Saturday
Podcasts
Power Platform and Education with Lauren Taylor | Dynamics 365 Show
We react to the Power Platform and Dynamics 365 Release Plan Wave 2 - CRM Audio
XrmToolCast: CDS.tools with David Yack
Other interesting articles
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