As always, registration to Pune User Group's event is free.
Best in class expert speakers who have extensive knowledge of the topic.
Meet and greet the people attending this event from around the city.
Anuja is a Rapid Circle Fellow and works as a SharePoint Consultant (Fellow) and is primarily involved with the Intellectual Property Team. She drives the team from planning to delivery and also acts as a individual contributor. Her key technical focus areas revolve around SharePoint and O365 for almost 12 years.
Currently working as Senior Software Engineer in Office365 division at Microsoft, Bangalore office. His current focus is releasing high quality SDKs for Microsoft Graph APIs in all the popular languages and platforms. Deepak has 9 years of software development experience and has worked previously with Goldman Sachs, Adobe and Symantec as software developer.
Gautam works with Rapid Circle as a SharePoint consultant currently focusing on the Digital Workplace. He currently takes ingredients from the Modern SharePoint stack and cooks up solutions using SharePoint Framework, Site Designs and multiple PnP projects. He loves to give back to the community and is often found wandering the SharePoint Stack Exchange Network and PnP GitHub repositories contributing stuff.
Vipul works with Rapid Circle as a Cloud consultant and focusses on building solutions on SharePoint, Office 365 services and Azure. He takes interest in SharePoint Framework development, Microsoft Flow, contributes fairly regularly to Office PnP initiatives and is a big PnP-PowerShell fan.
With a plethora of PnP initiatives currently active in the SharePoint community, this session will cherry pick some the most popular ones and showcase their use cases in day-to-day solutions and how it can help you supercharge your solution with industry standard best practices.
The Microsoft Flow service is maturing fast and its use is growing rapidly. Microsoft Flow can be very effectively used to implement quick no-code processes and workflows. This session will explain a handful of implementation patterns which can be used within Microsoft Flow.