Our latest blog discusses fintech and how the finance sector continues to be shaped by technology and particularly custom software development. Read it here: The Future of Finance is Fintech.
Cognitive Services has opened up the ease of introducing greater intelligence to applications that can take real value from your content. Pulling this together with Office Add-Ins and the SharePoint Framework helps provide users with dynamic integration where they are using it, whether it be Outlook, SharePoint, Microsoft Teams or even the standard Office apps.
Kevin McDonnell, Senior Technical Architect at Ballard Chalmers, will be delivering a talk on this at the Collab365 Global Conference in November. In this video, Kevin gives a brief overview of the topic “Using Cognitive Services to Build an Intelligent Office Add-In”:
Immo Landwerth (Programme Manager on .NET at Microsoft) explains in this blog: .NET Standard – Demystifying .NET Core and .NET Standard.
You can now deploy SharePoint Framework web parts to SharePoint Server 2016 with Feature Pack 2 – out today!
Full details are available via this article on the Microsoft Office Dev Center: Now available: Deploy SharePoint Framework web parts to SharePoint Server 2016 with Feature Pack 2.
Source: Microsoft Office Dev Center
Today the Microsft BizTalk Server team open sourced 3,539 files. The announcement was made on the BizTalk Team Blog saying, “Our intention is to continue our open source commitment, and the repository is made available for everyone. While the main branch will be managed by the BizTalk Server Product group, the community contribution is more than welcome…”
Join the GitHub repository here.
Source: BizTalk Team Blog