In this installment of the weekly discussion revolving around the latest news and topics on Microsoft 365, hosts – Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) | @vesajuvonen, Waldek Mastykarz (Microsoft) | @waldekm are joined by US based, member of the Customer Engineering Team focused on developer enablement and on PnPjs project, Patrick Rodgers (Microsoft) | @mediocrebowler.
Topics discussed in this session:
Patrick’s 10-year career journey at Microsoft and how got involved in PnP Community.
Why is PnPjs so successful? What drives behavioral change and the probability of success?
How is PnPjs V3.0 (V6.0) optimized?
V3 theme or approach - “What do we put in the library vs what do we enable others to build.”
How is the perception of opensource changing?
Can others join the PnPjs project team? You bet - start by resolving an issue, define and own a capability, work with Julie @jfj1997 and Patrick @mediocrebowler.
We also covered 15 articles published by Microsoft and the PnP Community over the last week.
Waldek – Finalizing the work around POC on how improve developer experience around building Teams apps with Angular, finalizing work with Alex on a cmdlet to evaluate SPFx dependency issues and recommend fixes, cool PRs for CLI for Microsoft 365 and on other ways to improve the developer experience.
Vesa – catch up week while much of engineering is engaged in “Fix, Hack & Learn week.”
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This session was recorded on Monday, March 21, 2022. Enjoy the show.
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