I’m thrilled to announce that in addition to this blog, I’ve started creating short YouTube videos on Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, and Azure development. At first I was going to put everything on my own YouTube channel, but I’m thrilled that I was invited instead to post them on the Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practices channel. I consider it an honor, and it’s a great opportunity to reach nearly 16,000 SharePoint and M365 developers!
I’ll list my videos across all channels on the Videos page in this blog.
Here’s a video to get you started!
I’m also working with some of my colleagues to provide a combined source of videos from all our YouTube channels, tuned especially to the needs of Microsoft partners. I’ll post an update when I know more, but for now here are some of them so you can check out their good work. If you like what you see, don’t forget to hit the “Subscribe” button.
- April Dunnam– April is an expert on the Power Platform (Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power BI), especially as it relates to Microsoft Teams. These tools empower low-code developers to build amazing solutions in SharePoint, Teams, and beyond
- Rob Gates – Rob may be new to YouTube, but he’s no newbie when it comes to Microsoft 365 and Teams. He covers the breadth of the possibilities in Microsoft Teams, and brings a deep expertise in voice and Teams adoption. Check out his video on External vs. Guest access – such an important topic finally made clear!
- Kevin Martins – Kevin is a Teams and Security expert whose videos focus on authentication, phishing prevention, and more. He also takes a unique perspective on helping partners build their business, and recently published a video/blog combo showing partners how to drive business with webinars
- Matt Soseman– Matt is an expert on Microsoft cloud security, especially relating to Office 365 and Microsoft Teams. His videos cover a range of topics including Azure Active Directory, compliance, Cloud App Security, and more
If you have ideas, requests, or feedback, please post them in the comments. Thanks!
NOTE: Although I am a Microsoft employee, the information on my YouTube channel and this blog may or may not represent the position of Microsoft Corporation.