Watch my Talk on Building Applications in Microsoft Teams
This week, I spoke at Evolve Conference on Tour in London. It was a great event, well attended and I had a really good time.
The event was held at the Microsoft Reactor London, a Microsoft-owned space designed for User Groups (not just Microsoft-focused ones) to meet in. It’s a great space. One of the great things about it is that it’s really well set up for live-streaming presentations. All the kit is built into the walls and ready to go, meaning that even the smallest user group can be streaming to YouTube.
Because of this, I’m really pleased to be able to say that you can watch my entire presentation from that event, on YouTube.
The title of the talk I gave was: Building your first Microsoft Teams Application – a guide for non-developers
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.
I’m really excited that I can offer my presentations to a wider audience in this way. I would love your feedback about this. Good thing? Bad thing? Should I try and record more of my presentations? Is it useful?
If you’d like me to speak at your next event, check my Speaking & Workshops page for details.