A quick introduction to Microsoft Flow, but rapidly takes audience deeper to see the possibilities of the types of solutions possible.
In the last few years, Microsoft Flow has taken off like a storm. It is one of the most versatile product because it can be many things. It is workflow, it is automation, it is serverless middleware.
Flow is a product that everyone, from Power Users to IT Pros to Developers need to understand and utilize in our toolbelt.
This session is an introduction to Microsoft Flow – but John goes far deeper – and will show the many different “kinds” of Flow apps that we can build. Each one a spark in our imagination.
In the second part of this session we will cover some deeper technical sides of Flow. What does it look like under the hood. When do we need to learn advanced expressions and why are they necessary.
When we don’t have an action, we make our own actions. When we don’t have a trigger, we make our own triggers. From patterns, to expressions to insane tricks.
Ultimately, we discover that the true joy of Flow is not merely workflow, it is low-code execution, they run and do whenever and whatever you want them to do in the most elegant way.