It’s almost here, the first-ever Microsoft Business Applications Summit, coming to Seattle July 22 – 24. Don’t miss out! Register today for two info-packed days of amazing sessions, networking opportunities and expert meet-ups.
- This is the place for all things Dynamics 365, Power BI, Excel, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow – connect with peers, collaborate with your community and pack in as much learning as possible.
- 13 pre-days and 140+ sessions – including 50+ hands-on workshops – across product lines and specialties. There’s something for everyone, so check out the session catalog.
- Connect with more than 300 experts – share strategies and learn best practices.
- 35+ hours of networking with business evangelists, power users, solution architects and partners.
- Keynotes from analytics aficionado Malcolm Gladwell and Microsoft executives James Phillips and Alysa Taylor.
Here are a few sessions you won’t want to miss:
- Advanced expressions for Microsoft Flow
Learn how you can leverage advanced expressions to enable deep customization of your Microsoft Flows.
- Benefits and process building ISV solutions on the Microsoft Business Application Platform
Learn how to accelerate your time to market and reach a broad audience for your next business app.
- How to get the best support for Microsoft PowerApps, Flow and Dynamics 365
Explore troubleshooting best practices and techniques to help you identify, triage and fix issues faster than ever before.
- Microsoft PowerApps vision and roadmap
Learn what the future holds for high-productivity app development, including a detailed look at where we're going next for makers of canvas and model-driven apps.
Get all these sessions and more at the Microsoft Business Applications Summit. Check out our full session catalog here and start outlining your best conference experience with our recently launched schedule builder. Browse all sessions and workshops, or search using custom tags, then add what looks interesting to your schedule. We hope to see you there!
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