Part I. Building Line of Business Applications with PowerApps1. Introduction to PowerApps2. Building Your First PowerApp3. Exploring PowerApps Screens and Controls4. Working with PowerApps Expressions5. Leveraging Variables and Collections6. Securing and Sharing Apps7. Managing Power Apps8. Common Data Services and Model-Driven Apps
Part II. Task Automation with Microsoft Flow9. Introduction to Power Automate10. Building Your First Flow11. Exploring Different Trigger Types12. Working with Flow Expressions13. Building Conditional Flows14. Designing Approval Flows15. Administering Power Automate
Part III. Dashboards, Reporting, and Analytics with Power BI16. Introduction to Power BI17. Connecting to Data18. Defining Data Cleansing Business Rules with the Power Query Editor19. Data Model Design20. Extending Your Data Model with DAX Calculations21. Report Writing Basics22. Designing Interactive Reports23. Data Storytelling with Power BI24. Sharing Power BI Solutions25. Administering Power BI
Part IV. Integrating the Power Platform Tools Together26. Power Platform Integration in PowerApps27. Power Platform Integration in Microsoft Flow28. Power Platform Integration in Power BI29. Designing a Fully Integrated Power Platform Solution
Mitchell Pearson is a business intelligence consultant and
the training content manager for Pragmatic Works. He has authored
books on SQL Server and Power BI, and spends his time at Pragmatic
Works developing new courses on business intelligence and Microsoft
Azure. He has experience developing enterprise-level BI solutions
using the full suite of products offered by Microsoft (SSRS, SSIS,
SSAS, Power BI, and Azure). He is active in the community, running
the local Power BI user group, presenting at SQL Saturday events
and at PASS virtual chapters, and in giving free webinars for
Brian Knight is a Power Apps MVP, founder of Pragmatic Works, and co-founder of SQLServerCentral.com and JumpstartTV.com. He won the CEO of the year award given by the Jacksonville Business Journal, and Pragmatic Works has ranked up on the top growing companies in the country for many years in a row. He runs the local SQL Server user group in Jacksonville (JSSUG), is a contributing columnist for SQL Server Standard, maintains a regular column for the database website SQLServerCentral.com, and does regular webcasts at Jumpstart TV. He has co-authored and authored more than nine SQL Server books. He has spoken at conferences such as PASS, SQL Connections, and TechEd, and at many Code Camps.
Devin Knight is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP and Vice President of Training at Pragmatic Works. He is an author of eight SQL Server, Power Platform, and BI books. You can find him speaking at conferences such as the Microsoft Business Application Summit, PASS Summit, SQL Saturdays, and Code Camps. He is also a contributing member to several virtual user group chapters. Making his home in Jacksonville, FL, He contributes locally at the Jacksonville Power BI User Group.Manuel Quintana is a training content manager at a Pragmatic Works. Previously, he was a senior manager working in the hotel industry. He joined the Pragmatic Works team in 2014 with no knowledge in the business intelligence space, but now speaks at SQL Saturdays and SQL Server user groups locally and virtually. He also teaches various BI technologies to many Fortune 500 companies on behalf of Pragmatic Works. Since 2014, he has called Jacksonville, Florida home, and before that Orlando, but he was born on the island of Puerto Rico and loves to go back and visit his family. When he is not working on creating new content for Pragmatic Works, you can probably find him playing board games or watching competitive soccer matches.