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November 2018

Upcoming events

Microsoft Graph
community call
December 4, 2018
SharePoint Framework
SIG community call
December 6, 2018
Microsoft Ignite
The Tour-Berlin
December 6-7, 2018
SharePoint monthly
community call
December 11, 2018
Microsoft Ignite
The Tour-Sao Paulo
December 11-12, 2018
SharePoint Dev SIG
community call
December 13, 2018

Microsoft Ignite | The Tour

This December we kick off Microsoft Ignite | The Tour in Berlin, Germany on Dec. 6.  We are putting a huge emphasis on the developer community, providing a great opportunity to learn new ways to code, optimize cloud infrastructure, modernize your organization with deep technical training, and network with peers and potential customers! Why attend? Over 100  sessions of deep-dive and highly technical breakouts, workshops and the opportunity to talk with engineers. The worldwide tour is visiting 17 cities all over the world. Don’t miss this chance – Register now!


Customer meetings with SharePoint and OneDrive Product Team at European SharePoint Conference

If you are attending and would benefit from a face-to-face meeting with the team, please complete the Product Team meeting request form no later than November 15th . We will do our best to match you with the right executive and/or subject matter experts on the team and send out meeting invites accordingly based on availability.


Calling all PowerShell users to integrate with the Microsoft Graph Security API

Check out the new PowerShell sample and blog for the Microsoft Graph Security API to streamline integration and correlation of alerts across multiple security solutions, access rich context, and simplify automation. Start integrating with the Security API today, and share your stories and feedback on GitHub | TechCommunity | StackOverflow!


Task Modules Are Now Available in Developer Preview

A task module allows you to create modal popup experiences in your Teams application. Task modules are currently available in Developer Preview (R3.6) and you can now invoke custom HTML/JavaScript in a popup window from bots and tabs to display an <iframe>-based widget such as a YouTube or Microsoft Stream video, or to display an Adaptive Card.

·        Using task modules in tabs

·        Using task modules in bots

Content updates


Ignite 2018 Access session on demand

New and improved Linked Table Manager in Access



Approval reports and SaaS app changes for Office submissions

LinkedIn Resume Assistant in Word: Now available on Windows, Mac, and Word Online

Office Add-ins community call-October 10, 2018



Ignite 2018 Microsoft Graph sessions on-demand


Microsoft Graph

Announcing “30 Days of Microsoft Graph” Blog Series

The Microsoft Graph SDK with Darrel Miller – Microsoft 365 Developer Podcast

Microsoft Teams on Microsoft Graph with Nick Kramer – Microsoft 365 Developer Podcast

Microsoft Graph community call-October 2, 2018

Webcast – Using MSGraphClient within SharePoint Framework

Staging URL for the Teams SharePoint framework integration

AppStudio Enhancements

Register for our new Teams developer newsletter


Microsoft Teams

What’s New in App Studio – October 2018

Microsoft Teams community call–September 18, 2018



Webcast – Calling Azure AD secured APIs from SharePoint Framework

SharePoint Dev Weekly – Episode 11

New SharePoint CSOM version released for SharePoint Online – October 2018

Webcast – Introduction to tenant wide deployment of extensions

SharePoint Framework Community Call Recording – 25th of Oct 2018

SharePoint Dev Weekly – Episode 10

SharePoint Dev Weekly – Episode 9

SharePoint Dev Community (PnP) – October 2018 monthly community call recording

SharePoint Development Community (PnP) – October 2018 update

SharePoint Dev Weekly – Episode 8

SharePoint Dev Community (PnP) – General SP Dev SIG recording – 4th of October 2018

Opening SharePoint Dev Blog for community posts

MVP Article – Using Theme Colors in List Formatting

SharePoint Dev Weekly – Episode 7

New SharePoint CSOM version released for SharePoint Online – September 2018

Meet the community

Meet Haaron, Haaron is a SharePoint and Office 365 developer.

1. What is the coolest Microsoft 365 developer feature for you?

Definitely Microsoft Graph, in my opinion it sets the bases for developers to access the signals required to build intelligent application, able to sense the pulse of collaboration, analyze/predict outcomes in an anticipated way.

2. What school did you graduate from?

I have a computer science degree from the Mexicali Technology Institute in Baja Mexico.

3. What’s your favorite city to live in?

Sunny San Diego, California. Love it every day, you have desert, ocean and forest all near you.

4. What did you want to be when you were a kid?

When I was child computers caught my eye. Those monochromatic monitors in banks got me intrigued every time I went. I didn’t know what I wanted to be exactly, but I was sure it will be computer related. When I got my first computer I taught myself programming just by following the help examples in the software documentation.

5. Which words or phrases do you most over-use?

“I have several that always rise up on any conversation with customers: It depends and trade off.

6. Which talent would you most like to have?

I always said that my profession is not in fight with my vocation. I am a musician, I’ve play the acoustic guitar since 14, I love flamenco style and classic guitar. I’ve also had chance to perform guitar recitals and be part of church chorus.

7. Where would you most like to live?

Thanks to my career I have been lucky enough to live in 8 different cities so far. Not sure for now, but I am seriously considering a motorhome with a high tech mobile office.

8. What is your most treasured possession?

Life experiences, bad and good ones.

9. What is your most marked characteristic?

Definitely passion for problem solving, customer service and people development.

10. Spaces or tabs?

Tabs, especially now that our SharePoint Framework web parts can be hosted in Teams. It’s great to see how enterprise collaboration is getting better and better every day.


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