Understanding Power Automate’s Outlook Send Email Actions

I've had a few questions and other posts about sending emails. There are a few ways to skin the cat and Microsoft has made a few changes in their Office 365 Outlook Send Email actions, they removed some older ones as well. Let's take a look at what we have now. We're down to three:... Continue Reading →

Saving data from Microsoft Forms into Excel using Power Automate (Flow)

In another post I reviewed how we can integrate a Form with Excel, letting all of that beautiful data be saved directly into an Excel file. This solution works really well if you are creating a new form. What if we have an existing form and we want it to write to Excel? Unfortunately, there... Continue Reading →

Dear Me: Work Hard

This is part 2 of my Dear Me series, see the first here. While you're young, work hard, work a lot. Work/life balance is really important, but that balance can be what you decide it to be. Don't be afraid to work more than 40 hours. Work doesn't have to be "billable" work, or what... Continue Reading →

Stepping up your Git game

Git is a wonderful tool for managing your code. Many code repositories, like GitHub (obvi), BitBucket, Azure DevOps, and others, support git. We covered the basics of git in this post, review that before starting here. Fundamentally, knowing how to do the routine tasks of pull, push, commit, etc. is all you really need to... Continue Reading →

Getting started with Git

What is Git? The elevator pitch: Git is a repository for code and provides versioning with a capability to easily share and collaborate with others Maybe a little too simple, but at its core, that's what git is about. It provides developers a place to store their code with version control so that they can... Continue Reading →

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