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January 2022 Power Apps community call: Creating an Audio Player and deep dive into Pay-as-you-go features

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Welcome to the Power Apps community call. These calls are the 3rd Wednesday of each month where we share the latest news about Power Apps, demonstrate tips and tools to help you build amazing Power Apps. In these calls you will meet the Power Apps product team and community experts to get your questions answered.  For the month of January, we have two very exciting topics!

Community rockstar Shadrack Inusah will walk through how to create an audio player using Power Apps and Kavishi Agarwal will walk through the new Power Apps Pay-as-you-go features.

If you are not familiar with Pay-as-you-go it is a new way to pay for Power Apps using an Azure subscription, which allows you to get started building and sharing apps without any license commitment or upfront purchasing.

When
January 19th, 2022, 8AM PST

Where:
https://aka.ms/powerappscall-join

Agenda 

  • Introductions by April Dunnam & Todd Baginski
  • Power Audio Player by Shadrack Inusah
  • New Pay-as-you-go Features by Kavishi Agarwal
  • Power Apps Community Call Quiz by April & Todd
  • Recent Power Apps News and Community Contributions by April & Todd 
  • Next call details by Todd Baginski

Kavishi Agarwal

Senior Program Manager| Microsoft |Carnegie Mellon 

I am Senior Product Manager in the Power Apps product team and is passionate about creating experiences that customers love. I have been a part of Microsoft a little over 3 years and have been working on Power Apps since. I am currently leading the Pay-as-you-go business model for Power Apps along with other licensing related initiatives. 

Shadrack Inusah

I’m an IT/Compliance assistance at DreamOval where I handle device management on Azure, build and manage Business Applications in M365. A Gold Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador with community building and leading experience and a member of the Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors Low Code No Code League. I help students learn and build together to solve a technical world problem. I write technical blogs about Power Platform on the Microsoft Tech Community blog site. I have introduced and trained over 100+ students on the Power Platform and have built amazing Power Apps where I became 2nd best Power Platform builder in Africa and a first-time speaker during the Power Platform Global Bootcamp in 2021. I mentor students for the Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors program across Africa. 
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April Dunnam



I’m a Power Platform Developer Advocate at Microsoft and Power Platform MVP Alumni. As a Power Platform Developer Advocate, my mission is to help citizen and code-first developers succeed in building collaborative applications for the Power Platform. I develop written content, videos, and samples; speak at conferences; and advocate for developers with Microsoft’s engineering groups. I have an active YouTube Channel and blog where I share how-to videos and demos around Power Apps, Power Automate, Teams and SharePoint. I regularly speak at events across the globe to share Power Platform knowledge.
(99+) April Dunnam | LinkedIn


I’m a proud Partner, and the CTO at Canviz where I am currently leading several projects that include PowerApps, Azure, Office 365, SharePoint Framework, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, full web stack, and numerous other technologies.
Sharing my expertise and knowledge with others is important to me, I love to teach. I’ve been blessed to receive the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award for the last 13 years. This award recognizes my contributions to the technical communities I am a part of. For over a decade, I have created close relationships with the Microsoft SharePoint & Azure teams which provides me access to early releases. My team and I work closely with the Microsoft teams before products are released publicly to develop training and samples that are distributed worldwide to architects and developers. I give back to my local community by coaching and growing youth sports teams; emphasizing hard work, excellent sportsmanship, teamwork, and leadership.


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