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Posted by on Jun 28, 2019 in Microsoft Teams | 0 comments

I’m Speaking at Evolve Conference on Tour July 10th

I’m Speaking at Evolve Conference on Tour July 10th

I’m excited to say that I’m going to be speaking on Day 2 of the Evolve Conference on Tour.

I spoke at the last Evolve Conference and it’s a great, community-driven free event in the UK, focused on Microsoft 365 and Azure.

The 2 day tour will be taking place in London, at the Microsoft Reactor London.

I’m going to be talking about building your very first Microsoft Teams application. This is a talk aimed at anyone who isn’t a developer, but is thinking about dipping their toes in that water and is worried that it’s all too complicated, and isn’t sure where to start. Here’s the abstract:

The way we work is changing. Bots are the new Apps. Data is King. Technology is evolving and you need to evolve with it. Teams has a rich platform for developers with multiple ways to bring new capabilities to your users. But what if you’re not a developer and don’t know where to start? Then this talk is for you! Join Tom Morgan as he navigates all the ways that Microsoft have made it easy to get started building your first Teams application, tips and tricks he has picked up over the past few years, Azure hacks to make sure you’re not wasting money and more. As an example, he’ll share experiences from publishing his most recent Teams App, RememberThis. If you’ve always wanted to write a Teams application and see your name in the App Store, this talk will fill in the gaps to going from Big Idea to Published App.

To attend the event you’ll need to register, there’s a separate registration process for both Day 1 and Day 2.

If you’re able to make it, it’ll be great to see you – come say hi!

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