In the first episode in the series where we talk about startups and running startups: Frank(https://twitter.com/tamrefrank) and Somet(https://twitter.com/sometkip) start off talking about ideation. What is ideation and why is it important when starting a business! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2UPHKJIxII
you'd never shout just because it started raining - even though rain can be horrible, because you've learnt to expect rain. The same should apply to everything. Don't only expect rain, expect betrayal, infamy, sadism, theft, humiliation, lust, greed, spite.. One will stop being so angry when one learns the true facts of the misery of life
Power Automate is an Abstraction of Logic Apps, Power Apps is an experience designed for your Typical end user while Azure Logic apps is more for developers but they work the same way.
As Scott Hanselman Says “instead of coming to me, we’ll come to you.”
I built this on Logic Apps on Azure but you can do the exact same thing on Power Automate, Power Automate is a low code/no code application platform that allows companies to digitize business operations by easily building applications and workflows.
With the change of the norms of working comes the need for working at home. Now several organizations were not set up for working at home
Hey guys Hope you are well, i havent posted in a while so i thought i would share a TV interview i did at the begining of the year https://youtu.be/Jdoi-LwEdjQ Let me know what you think.
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