Power Apps and Power Automate 201 Live!
November 14 - 18, 2022
10:30 AM to 2:30 PM Eastern

Live version of our popular Power Apps and Power Automate App Builders course. Take your fragmented Power Apps and Power Automate skills and transform them into solid skills with this course.
You know your business processes inside and out, let us help you improve them.

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Do you want to get better at Power Platform? Are you looking for a live training class on Power Apps and Power Automate? Then check this out! Microsoft MVP Shane Young is going to be teaching his popular on demand class live November 14 - 18, 2022. This will be a 5 day, 3 hours a day class, that will help you take your Power Apps and Power Automate skills from MEH to Marvelous. 

The course will cover all of the same content as the on-demand version, plus:

  • Overview of Dataverse for Teams
  • Responsive Layout Options
  • How we think about Microsoft Teams as part of our solutions


Class will run from 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM Eastern each day with a one hour lunch break. 

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Live Online Course
What's included?
  • 15 hours of live training delivered via Teams
  • A hands-on lab where you build an app end to end
  • 6 months of access to the recording of this course
  • A monthly invitation (6 months) to "Office Hours" where Shane Young and the PowerApps911 team answer your questions
  • 6 months of access to the YouTube Video Resource Library. Here you can view the entire library of our Power Platform videos. There are over 100 videos that contain full working app downloads, links, and code snippets.

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Course curriculum

    1. Course Information

    2. Connectors and Data Source Overview

    1. Day 1 Part 1

    2. Day 1 Part 2

    3. Day 2 Part 1

    4. Day 2 Part 2

    5. Day 3 Part 1

    6. Day 3 Part 2

    7. Day 4 Part 1

    8. Day 4 Part 2

    9. Day 5 Part 1

    10. Day 5 Part 2

    1. Starting with a blank Canvas

    2. Galleries and Data Tables - View all of your data

    3. The Form Control to view, edit, and create records

    4. Controls and Inputs - Learn how to use ALL of them

    5. The Patch function - Learn how to work with data directly

    6. Components and Component Libraries - Make reusable functionality

    7. Variables and Collections - Some times you need to keep things temporarily

    8. Ifs, Conditional formatting, and Pop-Ups - Make your apps better

    9. Filter, Search, and Delegation - Working with all of your data

    10. Code comments and Documentation - Help future you

    11. Save and Share your apps - Sharing is what nice people do

    1. Flows on a schedule - Turns out we like to do things at certain times

    2. Flows with lots of Data - Bulk processing is fun

    3. Flow Management to share and report on them - I have 100s at this point and you will to one day

    1. Connect the two and troubleshoot it - Harder than it should be

    2. Combine forces to upload files to SharePoint - This is important!

    1. Office 365 Outlook and Users - Send emails and find people

    2. SharePoint as a data source - So much you can do

    3. Dataverse as a data source - it is the best data source

    4. SQL as a data source - My favorite datasource

    5. Microsoft Teams - Lots to do here you should know about

    6. Dataverse for Teams - A whole new can of worms

Live Online Course

  • $950.00
  • 34 lessons

If you want to take the course at your own pace, check out the on demand version:

  • $49.00 / month

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Instructor(s)

Shane Young

Shane Young has been a Microsoft MVP for the past 15 years and was named one of the first PowerApps and Flow MVPs. Microsoft has awarded him this for his work speaking at major conferences on their behalf, contributions to their training and documentation, and for his YouTube channel that has almost 38 million minutes of watch time for teaching people Microsoft technologies. He uses his strong relationship with the PowerApps and Flow product teams at Microsoft to provide his clients the best, most up-to-date information, and techniques for their apps. Shane has consulted on apps across the globe, with Antarctica the only continent not covered. So if you know anyone who needs a polar bear app, please let him know. When Shane is not teaching or consulting, you can find him chasing his very active children all over the city of Cincinnati.