The Citizen Developer’s Pro Code Guide to Productivity (In-person)
The Portland Power Platform and Fabric User Groups are joining forces for a special in-person meetup and networking session, with special guest Scott Hanselman!
Join us at the Key Bank Club at Providence Park for an evening of networking, presentations, and more in partnership with the Portland Timbers, and SkyPoint Cloud!
A majority of citizen developers have self-learned or hacked their way into a dev role with little formal training on developer productivity.
This presentation aims to introduce citizen developers to PowerToys, a set of tools that can enhance productivity and efficiency for citizen developers.
Scott will also demonstrate the use of Copilot and ChatGPT, AI-powered tools that can assist with coding tasks. Furthermore, the importance of developing soft skills such as effective communication, teamwork, and time management will be discussed.
Additional productivity tips and tools will also be covered, with real-life examples of how to apply them in various coding scenarios.
Finally, there will be a Q&A session for attendees to ask questions and seek clarifications. We look forward to hosting you at this special in-person event hosted by the Timbers and Thorns in Providence Park at the Key Bank Club.
- 5-6pm: Networking
- 6-6:45pm: Presentation by Scott Hanselman
- 6:45-7pm: Q&A
- 7-8pm: Networking
About the Speaker
SCOTT HANSELMAN – Partner PM – Developer Division Community Manager, Microsoft
Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.
About the Power Platform User Group
The Portland Power Platform User Group is a community of people excited about the Power Platform tools, Power Apps, Automate, BI, and Virtual Agents. We believe the platform offers rich possibilities, and we keep pace by sharing our learning and doing deep-dive explorations of topics. We run the gamut from new to experienced users and welcome anyone who shares an interest in custom apps and process automation for your business needs.
Some great perks to joining our monthly meetups are networking, knowledge transfer, and community building. We aim to foster a vibrant community that shares success in implementing best practices for the Power Platform.