Global Power Platform Bootcamp, 2020 - Accra user group

Global Power Platform Bootcamp, 2020 - Accra user group

The clock is ticking, with only ten days left for the Global Power Platform Bootcamp which will take place on the NIIT Ghana campus in Accra. Coming off on Saturday, the 15th of February, 2020, the event will bring together some of the greatest minds in the field of technology to learn, network and reconnect.

The initiative spearheaded by experts and community leaders of the Accra Power Platform User Group seeks to explore the basics of the Microsoft Platform for free!

The event is open to all tech lovers, as well as anybody who wishes to pursue a career or hobby in the industry. There will be hands-on sessions for all participants to fully appreciate Microsoft’s integration stack. Noble speakers like Samuel Adranyi (Senior Engineer at Andela and community lead of the Accra Power Platform user group),  Yaw  Amoateng (Director at NIIT Ghana)  and  Frank Arkhurst  Odoom  (Full-Stack -NET Engineer)who are well known for their collaborative skills and their dedication towards the tech ecosystem will be present.

Content that will be covered include:

  • Power Apps
  • Power Automate
  • Power BI
  • Power Virtual Agents
  • Common Data Service
  • Common Data Models
  • AI Builder
  • Data Connectors

Last month was fun and amazing, you definitely do not want to miss out on Kahoot! Visit the link to register now!
 Don’t be left out.#LessCodeMorePower #GhanaPower #ghpowerplatform.

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Updated 2/9/2020

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