Bucking the trend, we have decided to go Corona Lite in this episode and try and provide a distraction to the talk of remote working and certain viruses that are filling our newsfeeds. Instead, we’ll be talking about Contributing to Open Source.
Part 1 focuses on the news and what we’ve been up to.
Talking of open source, a little reminder about our etiquette of Microsoft 365 repo. It is maintained in our brand new GreyHatBeard Repo in Github but the best way to view the content is on it’s own site:
Please take a look and let us know if you think there should be other things on there. Not sure how? Listen to part 2 of this week’s episode!
- Al will be speaking on 1 April (no joke) at Teamsfest on Managing Work in Teams
- Al will be speaking (virtually) on April 3 at SPS Warsaw on To-Do, Doing, Done: How to manage work
Kevin and Al speaking at Global Con 2 from Collab 365 from June 15th-19th - click links below to register for free:
- Kevin is covering how to run a virtual workshop using Microsoft Teams
- Al is covering To-Do, Doing, Done: How to manage work
- My first online only workshop using Microsoft Teams which I will be speaking more about on Global Con 2
- Github buys NPM
- Github releases Github mobile
- Teams usage jumps from 32 million to 44 million daily active users in a week
- Build a crisis management site to connect people and information
- Crisis Comms PowerApp
- Crisis Comms SharePoint site
- The SharePoint Lookbook
- If you want to try the sites from SharePoint Lookbook but don’t have tenant admin, sign up for the Microsoft 365 Developer Program to get a free dev tenant
- Virtual MVP Summit
- Want to become an MVP?
- “How I exported 820 .ics files from an Office 365 Group calendar, for MVP Summit” by Yannick Reekmans
Couple of blog posts Garry wrote about using Git in the last couple of weeks
- Fabric UI has now evolved into Fluent UI
- Subscribe to message changes in Teams through the Graph API
- PnP PowerShell has moved from the SharePoint org into the PnP org
- Yo Teams generator is now part of PnP, Wictor Wilen leading