In this weeks episode Jeremy Thake talks to Matthew McDermott about the IT Pro journey and how they can learn a lot from developers on working smarter with tools developers have used for years. This episode had some great tid bits for developers and allows them to understand the difference between the roles.
David Claux from Microsoft joins to introduce Adaptive Cards to the podcast. Adaptive Cards are a new way for developers to exchange card content in a common and consistent way. (And Paul is a big fan.) The discussion covers why Adaptive Cards were created, common scenarios and future plans.
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Eric Harlan joins to talk about the community site for SharePoint and related technologies. Eric has spent a decade (10 years!) supporting the community efforts around the world and shares his insights and some history.
The conversation also includes the Call To Action for SPSEvents.org.
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Paul catches up with Bill Ayers about the Live!360 conference, developing for Office and Microsoft Graph and a little discussion about mobile development.
Jeremy Thake talks to Brian Jacket on the 30 days of Microsoft Graph blog series. He talks about the dotnet core sample and the challenges he faced spinning up the cross Microsoft and external collaboration!
This week Jeremy Thake talks to Luca Bandinelli (Principal Program Manager) and Pat Miller (Principal Engineering Manager) about the SharePoint Framework. They go into detail about its history and how the extensibility story evolved over time from Farm Solutions, through Sandbox Solutions, add-in model and SPFx. They cover off the reasons why they have released the Isolated Web Parts and the scenarios it is fit best for.
Jeremy Thake talks to Anthony Leibovitz and Lei Xu who are responsible for the beta Notifications service on Microsoft Graph. They talk about the scenario, how it came about and what the sweet spot is right now this can be used by Microsoft Graph developers.
Paul and Jeremy catch up this week to talk about the Microsoft Office 365 Bootcamps, the UserVoice process for the Microsoft Graph team and bunch of other hair brained ideas!