10 Advanced Tips for Building Effective Power Automate Flows
What you'll learn
- Students will learn advanced Microsoft Flow topics including parsing data with expressions, increasing flow performance through concurrency, making decisions using Condition Builder, inline If() expressions and more!
- Students should have access to Microsoft Flow through a license entitlement including Office 365, Dynamics 365, standalone or free trial.
Jon and Kent released their first course called '10 Tips for Building Effective Flows' in August 2019. Well, the duo is back and this time they are going to ramp it up a notch and discuss more advanced flow tips and tricks. In this course, learn about popular Flow Expressions, Custom Approvals, Condition Builder, improving flow performance through Concurrency, Retry Policies, Trigger Conditions and much more!
Also, look for some bonus content, so technically this is really 11 Advanced Tips for Building Effective Flows course!
Jon and Kent
Who this course is for:
- Flow makers with intermediate or advanced experience. Students should also be comfortable with writing flow expressions.
Kent Weare is currently an Architecture and Integration leader in the Canadian energy sector. Previously, Kent was a Principal Program Manager on the Microsoft Flow Product Group. In addition to his current responsibilities, he is also an Emerging Technology and Cloud editor at InfoQ.
Kent is a Microsoft Flow MVP and has previously been recognized by Microsoft with an MVP award 12 times in the areas of Azure Integration and BizTalk Server.
Mr. Weare is a published author, having co-authored 3 books on systems integration and is a co-host of Middleware Friday, an online vlog show that discusses emerging topics in cloud automation and integration
Jon Levesque is an entrepreneur and strategist with an expertise in brand engagement, community building and creating winning evangelism strategies.
Jon’s background has ranged from project management to customer experience, to support and marketing. He has over 12 years in the industry and has helped lead community and engagement efforts in the low code-no code space since its inception. He has worked with large brands like Microsoft & HTC and smaller, local brands like Forterra NW Inc, as well as musical artists like Jethro Tull & DJ Nano