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SharePoint Dev Weekly is a recurrent podcast with visitors where Vesa and Waldek talk about the latest news and announcements in SharePoint and Office 365 development.

December 3, 2019

SharePoint Dev Weekly - Episode 62 - 3rd of December 2019

In this session of SharePoint Dev Weekly, hosts - Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft), Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore), discuss the latest news and topics around SharePoint development. 

Vesa and Waldek are joined by Bram de Jager - Lead Solution Architect/developer/MCM, for MVP delaware Netherlands.  Bram is also the owner of the SharePoint Client Browser tool.   

Vesa and Bram joined the session from Prague where they are presenting at the European SharePoint Office 365 & Azure Conference this week.  In addition to drawing attention to the latest advancements being delivered by the SharePoint Community and Microsoft, Vesa, Waldek and Bram’s discussion focused on the intelligent and integrated workplace (from process and data integration to contextual Bots), learnings from the MCM program (“Knowing what you know, knowing what you don’t know and not confusing the two”), and a reminder to check out the many templates in the SharePoint look book. Start building apps with Bots now to get on top of the wave to come. 

This episode was recorded on Monday, December 2, 2019. 

These videos and podcasts are published each week and they are intended to be roughly 30-45 minutes in length. Please do give us feedback on this video and podcast series and also do let us know if you have done something cool/useful so that we can cover that in the next weekly summary!  The easiest way to let us know is to share your work on Twitter and add the hashtag #SPDevWeekly. We are always on the lookout for refreshingly new content. “Sharing is caring!” 

SharePoint Saturday this week – December 7 

European SharePoint Conference - December 2 - 5 

Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community! 

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 SharePoint Team, Microsoft - 3rd of December 2019

 

November 26, 2019

SharePoint Dev Weekly - Episode 61 - 26th of November 2019

In this session of SharePoint Dev Weekly, hosts - Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft), Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore), discuss the latest news and topics around SharePoint development.

In this episode Vesa and Waldek are joined by Bert Jansen Senior Service Engineer at Microsoft.  Bert is focused on the modernization journey and on tools that simplify SharePoint adoption. 

In addition to drawing attention to the latest advancements being delivered by the SharePoint Community and Microsoft, Vesa, Waldek and Bert’s discussion this week focused on Modernization.  The case for waiting to transform because modern does not have the same capabilities as classic is no longer valid.  Modern has more capabilities, some of which are available only in SPO.  The bottlenecks to adoption discussed:  1) Not sure what needs to be modernized 2) Not sure what tools to use and 3) Not sure I want to lose my customizations.  

What is the future for modern?  One sure direction is the creation of “PnP services.”  In the not too distant future the customer will no longer need to download and configure the latest transformation tools.  Instead the site admin or site collection admin will go to a webpage or API, enter a few details and then initiate the scan or migration.  Behind the scenes, the latest tool/code is invoked to execute on the request. 

This episode was recorded on Monday, November 25, 2019. 

These videos and podcasts are published each week and they are intended to be roughly 30-45 minutes in length. Please do give us feedback on this video and podcast series and also do let us know if you have done something cool/useful so that we can cover that in the next weekly summary!  The easiest way to let us know is to share your work on Twitter and add the hashtag #SPDevWeekly. We are always on the lookout for refreshingly new content. “Sharing is caring!” 

SharePoint Saturdays this week – November 30th 

European SharePoint Conference - December 2 - 5 

Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community! 

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If you’d like to hear from a specific community member in an upcoming recording and/or have specific questions to SharePoint engineering or visitors – please let us know. We will do our best to address your requests or questions.

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SharePoint Team, Microsoft - 26th of November 2019

 

November 19, 2019

SharePoint Dev Weekly - Episode 60 - 18th of November 2019

In this session of SharePoint Dev Weekly, hosts - Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft), Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore), discuss the latest news and topics around SharePoint development.

In addition to drawing attention to the latest advancements being delivered by the SharePoint Community and Microsoft, Vesa and Waldek’s discussion this week focused on:  Just because you can develop it, should you?  Waldek, Head of Product at Rencore, shared his approach to product development.  In summary - do the least work to prove or disprove (“the experiment”) business value the product may deliver, then make an informed build decision.   Please share your thoughts and learnings around your product development experiments.  This week as well, work has started on SharePoint Starter Kit v2.0.  This is a great opportunity for MVPs who care to share.  Contact Vesa to learn how you can take lead on a piece of the Kit.  This episode was recorded on Monday, November 18, 2019. 

These videos and podcasts are published each week and they are intended to be roughly 30-45 minutes in length. Please do give us feedback on this video and podcast series and also do let us know if you have done something cool/useful so that we can cover that in the next weekly summary!  The easiest way to let us know is to share your work on Twitter and add the hashtag #SPDevWeekly. We are always on the lookout for refreshingly new content. “Sharing is caring!

SharePoint Saturdays this week – November 23rd 

Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community! 

Also mentioned 

If you’d like to hear from a specific community member in an upcoming recording and/or have specific questions to SharePoint engineering or visitors – please let us know. We will do our best to address your requests or questions. 

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SharePoint Team, Microsoft - 19th of November 2019

 

November 12, 2019

SharePoint Dev Weekly - Episode 59 - 12th of November 2019

In this session of SharePoint Dev Weekly, hosts - Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft), Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore), discuss the latest news and topics around SharePoint development.

Topics included: Microsoft Ignite 2019 highlights – Project Cortex, Fluid Framework, Visual Studio online and ability to spin up a development environment in a cloud, latest Look Book designs/Modern Portal templates, stronger Teams and PowerApps integration with SharePoint and more.  This episode was recorded on Monday, November 11, 2019.

These videos and podcasts are published each week and they are intended to be roughly 30-45 minutes in length. Please do give us feedback on this video and podcast series and also do let us know if you have done something cool/useful so that we can cover that in the next weekly summary!  The easiest way to let us know is to share your work on Twitter and add the hashtag #SPDevWeekly. We are always on the lookout for refreshingly new content. “Sharing is caring!

SharePoint Saturdays this week – November 16th

Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!

Also mentioned

If you’d like to hear from a specific community member in an upcoming recording and/or have specific questions to SharePoint engineering or visitors – please let us know. We will do our best to address your requests or questions.

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SharePoint Team, Microsoft - 12th of November 2019

November 5, 2019

SharePoint Dev Weekly - Episode 58 - 5th of November 2019

In this session of SharePoint Dev Weekly, hosts - Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft), Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore), discuss the latest news and topics around SharePoint development.

Covered in this episode: Microsoft Ignite 2019. Several announcements of interest: Fluid Framework private preview (sign up), Office Add-ins built with SPFx that will preview in the 1.10 release of SharePoint Framework, new version of Yammer and the ability to add Yammer app to a Team, Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser, Presenter Coach in PPT, renewed Microsoft Project, Project Cortex - AI driven document management services, new Graph API for extending Microsoft Search, Office Scripts, Security updates, Compliance scoring, Project Cortex private preview, look book updates and more.

Full Disclosure: “announcement” != immediately available.

If you are at the Microsoft Ignite conference – November 3 – 8, please stop by the booth.

This episode was recorded on Monday, November 4, 2019.

These videos and podcasts are published each week and they are intended to be roughly 30-45 minutes in length. Please do give us feedback on this video and podcast series and also do let us know if you have done something cool/useful so that we can cover that in the next weekly summary!  The easiest way to let us know is to share your work on Twitter and add the hashtag #SPDevWeekly. We are always on the lookout for refreshingly new content. “Sharing is caring!

Here are all of the links around related announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2019.

Here's the list of covered community articles this week. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!

If you’d like to hear from a specific community member in an upcoming recording and/or have specific questions to SharePoint engineering or visitors – please let us know. We will do our best to address your requests or questions.

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SharePoint Team, Microsoft - 5th of November 2019