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- 2022 Release Wave 2
- It is the time of the year when we are all waiting for the Release Plans to be released. What might come next and how can we benefit from it?
- What? New features comes to the platform in Release Waves. Now is the time to start preparing for the wave to come (or, soon at least, when the plans are out).
- When? Release Plans are made available on January 25, Early Access on January 31 and the roll-out begins on April 1. Spotted by Jukka Niiranen.
- Why? Well, a platform must evolve, right? Be re-imagined and all that. New features and better ways to work with your data, to gather, act on and share with others.
- How? Try out Access Features in a dedicated environment for that purpose, read the Release Plans to prepare for what's coming and how you might benefit from using new features, just sit back and wait for the roll-out to begin!
- The below picture in taken from MS Docs, Opt in to early access updates, old dates but still relevant! Just imagine 2022/2023 instead. ;)
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- Today we want to highlight someone who has provided us all with a powerful set of tools in his browser extension 🚀 LevelUp. Does he dream about Power Platform and the former CRM parts now Power Apps apps? Perhaps. He runs a blog, Dreaming in CRM and Power Platform. His site also contains tips about tools he uses on a daily basis and podcast tips. Lately he has been working on something which we have included in our Advent Calendar today, on the 1st of December! It's related to Power Fx and it looks really cool. It seams like a fun way to explore Power Fx! PowerFx Kernel for .NET Interactive Notebook. See it in action in this tweet. The Notebook fun does not end there though. Take a look at his latest project Playwright-Dataverse-Notebook and also see a summary about it on LinkedIn.
- You can find Natraj Yegnaraman on Twitter @RajYRaman, LinkedIn in/natrajyegnaraman/ here's his blog again: Blog Dreaming in Power Platform and CRM and here's where you find him on GitHib.
- Thanks for all your work Natraj!