Please walk us through a clear step by step approach on the need of using Azure and also scenarios of when to use Azure , how to connect and authenticate.
Create a course that covers all aspects of using the Dynamics 365 Solution Framework
Cover all aspects of setting up a new portal and common customization scenarios
Elements of data modeling and the implications of making one choice over another (relationship types, automation, security, cascade rules, portability between environments etc.)
When to authenticate, how to authenticate, and how to make your app secure
Provide a step-by-step guide to connect PowerBI to D365 data. Demonstrate how it can be integrated in the new CRM UI as well as exposed out on a Portal based on the logged in External User.
Helpful hints and exercises on how to be a Power Platform solution architect
Would like to see a video on customizations & configuration within Dynamic 365.
How to get started and build a Power BI visualization using CDS data
Create a course that deals with scenarios that highlights the use of flow and cds.
Using Azure Dev Ops for Power Platform projects, toolkits, best practices, etc.
I would be interested a course that goes a little deeper into UI-Flows and a range of usage scenarios around it.
Refresher on basic auditing and info on all the new read auditing including the options for single and multiple records
How to setup and configure an end to end ALM process on the Power Platform
Course on how to setup environments, add users, manage security, licenses, backups, deploy apps, monitor capacity, "everything up to the login prompt" for IT admins, office administrators, etc.
A course with Power Platform consultant skills
Hands on using Typescript with Dataverse
Looking to learn more on Omnichannel for customer service works.
Want to know more on how Project Oakdale works
Looking for more details on using JSON.
Deep dive on Client Object programming using Typescript and using best practice
Quick introduction for Power Apps starters on how to build model driven apps. It's the next logical steps after learning about CDS.