Date: Monday 29 April 2019. 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Cost: $750 + GST (fee to attend will be in addition to your conference ticket price).
What to Bring: Your Own Laptop
It’s a hackathon! You will learn how to build custom apps that run on mobile devices, and share them inside your organisation securely.
PowerApps is a terrific new Microsoft offering that targets business users building business solutions, allowing you to improve productivity. For example: Capture data from expenses to revenue, Vehicle or Site Inspections, Health and Safety forms, Proposals, Cost Estimator, Budget Tracking and loads more! No developer or advanced programming knowledge is needed.
Some apps can be built and shared in minutes, allowing you to rapidly prototype and test your ideas without the time and expense of custom development.
Rather than overwhelm you with every feature known to man, it is much more effective to start with your idea and iteratively build on it with help from a coach. This way, not only do you use functionality that makes sense for you, you walk away with a functional app that you can start using in your organisation re-inventing how your organisation manages data and more empowered to solve organisational problems.
There is a name for this sort of intense, focused collaboration: it’s called a Hackathon, and it’s the ideal way to learn PowerApps…
This workshop is intended for business users – ideally with basic Excel knowledge.
After completing this workshop, you will be able to:
Attendees must Bring Your Own Device to this workshop.
Bring your Windows-based notebook an we will supply the rest! If a Windows device is not available then some most activities will still be possible though a browser.
Please pre-install the PowerApps desktop app from the Windows Store – https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/
Instructor: Paul Culmsee
Paul Culmsee (@paulculmsee) Paul is a management consultant, business strategist, sensemaker and award winning author with more than 25 years of experience. Paul founded Seven Sigma Business Solutions (www.sevensigma.com.au) and is based in Perth, Western Australia.
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This workshop is scheduled for April 29, the day before the conference. We need a minimum number of registrants by April 2 to proceed. Please register here for this workshop as a part of your conference registration. OR if you want to do just the workshop and not attend the conference, please email email@example.com and we will register your interest.