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Weekly Update 27 December 2021 – Best Bits of 2021, Looking forward to 2022

Weekly Update 27 December 2021 – Best Bits of 2021, Looking forward to 2022

Merry Christmas Everyone!

In this video I talk about what for me were the stand-out events of 2021, as covered by my Weekly Update series throughout the year:

You can also listen to the audio-version of this episode on the Thoughtstuff Podcast here: Thoughtstuff Podcast – Tom Morgan on Teams Dev: Weekly Update 27 December 2021.


March:

With Teams Interop for Azure Communication Services, developers can finally create native Web and Mobile experiences

Microsoft Dynamics and Microsoft Teams NEW Integrations for VOICE and CHAT announced at Ignite 2021 

June:

How to build a COVID-19 Employee Reporting App with the Microsoft Power Platform (Code Walkthrough)

July:

Microsoft Teams is moving from Electron to WebView2, but what does that ACTUALLY mean?

October:

Microsoft Teams Export APIs and Change Notifications for Chats & Channels will be chargeable 

Talking to Dona Sarkar about Power Platform and Accessibility at South Coast Summit

I also look forward to 2022, not so much trying to predict the future but more thinking about what trends from 2021 I think will continue and where I’ll be watching. Finally, I talk through my plans for this channel in 2022, specifically around updating some of the AV gear I’m using.

Wishing everyone a very Happy New Year and see you in 2022!

Find all my videos at thoughtstuff.co.uk/videos. You can also subscribe to the audio-only version of these videos, either via iTunes, Spotify or your own podcasting tool.

Written by Tom Morgan

Tom is a Microsoft Teams Platform developer and Microsoft MVP who has been blogging for over a decade. Find out more.
Tom is currently writing a book: Building and Developing Apps & Bots for Microsoft Teams. Register your interest today and be the first to know when it's ready to read.

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