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Microsoft Power Automate is a fantastic platform when it comes to low-code automation, with connectors to literally hundreds of data sources.
Continue reading “A Pro Code Escape in Power Automate”
But what if you need to do something too complex for the existing flow actions?
Take the Pro Code Escape with the Common Data Service.
I’m a techie.
Continue reading “Balancing Cool Tech, Usability and TCO”
I like new, shiny, cool stuff.
Newest however, usually costs.
And customers usually like cheap.
Users don’t care about either.
They just want a system that empowers more than it obstructs.
So how do you find the balance between the three? Is it even possible? Or is it just another Project Management Triangle?
After working as a developer for a quarter century I have seen my fair share of nested conditionals and probably caused way beyond my fair share.
Continue reading “Avoid nested conditionals in Microsoft Flow by using Guard Conditions”
Nested conditionals make the code harder to read and simply less aesthetic.