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Senior #PowerPlatform Advocate for all developers & inactive Jungle Cruise Skipper. Bronx born GenXer, New Yorker for life. I work @ MSFT but words are mine.
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2021
Jul 06, 2021
Jul 06, 2021
Recorded a show and did nothing to generate shareholder value for two weeks.

Highly recommended, 10/10.
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May 19, 2021
May 19, 2021
The Power Apps Component Framework allows traditional developers to create new user interface functionality for app makers to use in their apps, and in today's episode Scott Durow tells us about how he was able to add super flexible drag and drop capability to Power Apps.

Watch the show @ https://aka.ms/PowerfulDevsTheShow/DragAndDrop
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Apr 01, 2021
Apr 01, 2021
Had a great time talking to a friend and coworker of mine, Jay Gordon, all about Power Apps and how traditional developers can get their code working on the new platform.

Also, remember when it seemed like the Yankees might be good this year?

Find the video @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHIw0YbvZMo
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Senior Power Platform Advocate, Microsoft
Mar 31, 2021
Mar 31, 2021
There's an easy way to get more events than OnChange in a PCF control that's 100% supported and will continue to work, even after proper event support is added. It takes surprisingly little extra effort too—let's take a look.

https://98.codes/a-workable-pattern-for-pcf-events-you-can-use-today/
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Mar 26, 2021
Mar 26, 2021
You could be forgiven if you thought that the overall div container that the Power Apps Component Framework gives you would constrain your control to the outer boundary. You might also think that you'd automatically get the runtime height and width of your control when you asked for it.

The bad news is that neither of those are true without a little extra work in your control code. The good news is both of them are fixable in just a line of code or two.

https://98.codes/keep-those-pcf-components-inside-the-box/
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Mar 24, 2021
Mar 24, 2021
Why do I, a developer for over 20 years, want everyone to be able to create apps without having to learn how to traditionally code?

Not because it's my job to say so -- I made it my job to say so because I believed in what low-code solutions built with products like Power Apps can do for people just trying to get their job done faster, easier, and more accurately.

This blog post created by our learning group got into more about why I do what I do, and how I got here.
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Senior Power Platform Advocate, Microsoft
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