Currently our system is like an empty ball park and it is time to fill it with data and Play Ball! So far in the Power Baseball League, we have been talking about the system but we have not put any data in. Today, we will start to add some data! We are going to … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Let’s Add Some Data!
Just as hot dogs are essential to the enjoyment of baseball, so it is also essential to get data into your system. It is also beneficial to support multiple methods of data entry such as forms processing or typed forms. Similarly, it is acceptable to enjoy your hot dogs with whatever toppings you like or … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Dynamics 365 Customer Voice with Megan V. Walker
I have already told you of my love for the Presidents (the mascot versions) so of course I love the portion of the baseball experience where they run around! It's time to add another star player to the Power Baseball League line up - Phil Topness! We have invited Phil here to talk to us … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Forms Processing with Phil Topness
Even the Washington Nationals are excited about our Power Baseball League and Custom Entity Creation! In our last post, we set up a Model Driven App. In our last post, we set up a Model Driven App. Now, we want to create some custom entities to go with the out of the box entities. We … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Custom Entities
Just as Warrior II is foundational to any yoga practice, today we will create our Model Driven App as the backbone or our solution. Sometimes I enjoy baseball for the activities such as this Yoga in the Outfield event at the Washington Nationals Park. Last time on the Power Baseball League, I set up the … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Model Driven App Creation
Just as you need to set up a play in baseball, we need to prep for the Power Baseball League by creating our environment. Following our conversation with Nick Doelman, we finalized our plan; build out a Power App that leverages the Common Data Service (CDS). This will give us the functionality of a relational … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Environment Set-Up
Another thing I like about baseball but completely unrelated to the sport, is my baseball shoes. Aren't they so adorable with their baseball stitching? Also note that the stadium is empty because we got their super early for more popcorn eating time. To CRM Or Not To CRM Special Guest Nick Doelman joins us as … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Initial App Design with Nick Doelman
My other favorite part of going to baseball games at Nationals park is seeing the presidents! Now that we have figured out our core goals for phase 1, we need to figure out how all this data links together. Today we are going to walk through a data mapping exercise for the Power Baseball League. … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Data Mapping
Even Hashtag (the CRMUGDC Mascot) enjoys going to a baseball game every once and a while! Now you have heard about the Power Baseball League idea but you may have thought we went a bit crazy. Obviously everything we talked about in our introduction would take a very long time to scope out and to … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Where to Begin?
In this video Malcolm calls me a baseball fan. Please do not tell him that I really just go for the sunshine and the food. This was a particularly good day at the Washington Nationals Park! I am working on a cool new project with Malcolm McAuley called the Power Baseball League. We will be … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Introduction