Heidi Neuhauser (LinkedIn, Twitter, Blog) and I recently had the opportunity to join the Pathfinders Power Platform Community to share an Introduction to the Power Platform. This session started out with examples around how organizations have been changed through the Power Platform and low code app development. Next, we gave an overview of the Power Platform and the … Continue reading Pathfinders: Introduction to the Power Platform
Great turnout and puppies at the 2022 May DC Chapter Meeting We had a great session for the 2022 May DC Chapter Meeting. It featured Rishona Elijah talking about Power Virtual Agents in Dataverse for Teams! Rishona Elijah (LinkedIn, Twitter, Blog) joined our chapter from the other side of the world to talk about Power … Continue reading 2022 May DC Chapter Meeting
The attendees of the 2021 July Chapter Meeting are ready to learn or head to space! This week we had the 2021 July Chapter Meeting talking about the Power Platform for the US Government Cloud with a focus on Power Virtual Agents and AI Builder. We had two amazing speakers from Microsoft: Steve Winward (LinkedIn, … Continue reading 2021 July Chapter Meeting
This week we hosted the 4th Annual DMV Regional Chapter Meeting! This user group event featured chapters from the DC, Maryland, Virginia area namely DC, Reston, VA and Richmond, VA. I wanted to take a few minutes to share a 2020 DMV Regional Chapter Meeting Recap and give you some resources. I have previously shared … Continue reading 2020 DMV Regional Chapter Meeting Recap
This week I have talked through a few lessons I've learned related to Power Virtual Agents. We started building a bot as virtual daughter for my parents and it has sentiment analysis, approval flows and so much more. Today I am going to show you the final piece - seeing what is happening in the … Continue reading Quarantine Chat Bot: How Did it Go?
I have been talking through how I created a chat bot that I built using Power Virtual Agents to talk to my quarantined parents. We have already looked at how to get started and how to use sentiment analysis to customize responses. Today we are going to set up an appointment! Before getting the scheduling … Continue reading Quarantine Chat Bot: Set up an Appointment
Yesterday, I started talking about how I built a chat bot to talk to my parents during this quarantine. We got started by setting up the environment, provisioning the bot, editing the greeting messages, and adding our first question. Now, we are going to add a few more brains into the operation! I wanted the … Continue reading Quarantine Chat Bot: Sentiment Analysis
In these odd days of quarantine, I have spent a lot of time talking to my parents to convince them to stay home or just finding ways to keep them entertained. My mom loves this quarantine life and never has a need to leave but my dad is a bit of a different story. So, … Continue reading Quarantine Chat Bot: Let’s Build a Virtual Agent!