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A new Microsoft Flow whitepaper has been released, and it’s interesting

A quick heads up, that a new Microsoft Flow whitepaper, titled A guide to building enterprise-ready flows has just been released. It’s authored by Jerry Weinstock, and I had the privilege to be one of the technical contributors for the guide. It covers detailed guidance and strategy on how to create integration and automation solutions using Microsoft Flow for enterprises. You can download the whitepaper here. Jussi RoineI’m a Trusted Advisor working with Microsoft Azure… Read More »A new Microsoft Flow whitepaper has been released, and it’s interesting
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Building an automated pipeline to keep my Amazon Kindle full of interesting content

I have several Amazon Kindle reading devices. The one that I use – almost daily – is the Kindle Oasis, from last year. Battery life is insane, as in “it’s never empty”, and rarely needs a recharge. Perhaps I’m not using it enough. I traded in my old and beaten Kindle from 2015 for this, and only paid about $100 for the upgrade while visiting in New York last summer. The problem is, however, that… Read More »Building an automated pipeline to keep my Amazon Kindle full of interesting content
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The comprehensive licensing guide to Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Flow) and Power Apps

NOTE: I’ve joined Microsoft, and will no longer update this guide after December 16th, 2019. This is both because my role within Microsoft isn’t geared towards licensing, and also because I feel the guidance on the Power Platform licensing becoming more clear and transparent. [Last update: November 27, 2019: Many updates; New recap section in the beginning; Additional considerations; Cleaned up certain old and irrelevant content; More clarity for Power Automate and Power Apps per… Read More »The comprehensive licensing guide to Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Flow) and Power Apps

Automation made easy: Using Microsoft Visio to create Flows

One of the most anticipated features since September for me has been the ability to use Microsoft Visio to plan and create Flows. This capability is now in public preview, and part Visio. What follows is a walkthrough of my first Flow that I created with Visio. Requirements You will need the following to be able to follow up on this walkthrough: A working Office 365 tenant – if you don’t have one, provision one… Read More »Automation made easy: Using Microsoft Visio to create Flows