I am working on a cool new project with Malcolm McAuley called the Power Baseball League. We will be sharing content over the next few weeks, months, or who knows how long as we work through this project.
Malcolm McAuley had this idea to build out a full youth baseball league solution using Microsoft Business Applications. We are working together to learn these technologies, share best practices and have fun! The goal is to keep this unscripted and fun. There are no agendas and we don’t know which technologies we are going to use yet. So stay tuned!
Join us in our first installment as we talk about what this Power Baseball League is and the goals for our project. We will also start diving in to requirements to figure out how this project will play out. Listen closely for some best practices around requirements gathering that you can implement in your own projects.
Add your tips, tricks, questions and more in the comments!
Keep an eye out for our next installment soon. You can see everything from this series on the Power Baseball League Series Page and the Power Baseball League YouTube Playlist as they are added.
Also make sure you follow Malcolm McAuley on LinkedIn, Twitter and his Blog for more great content!
6 thoughts on “Power Baseball League: Introduction”
So cool you two! You should look at solutions and then, potential integrations to great youth sports engines like “Stack Sports” or “Sports Engine”, etc… You might have something amazing here! Tony
So many exciting opportunities! I think this project could go on for a long time!