Introducing 10 Advanced Tips for Building Effective Flows Course on Udemy

In late August 2019, Jon Levesque and I released a course called 10 Tips for Building Effective Microsoft Flows. The target audience for that course was people who are new to Microsoft Flow. When we designed that course, we already had intentions to also publish a more advanced course. Well, that day has come! We are happy to announce that our 10 Advanced Tips for … Continue reading Introducing 10 Advanced Tips for Building Effective Flows Course on Udemy

New Udemy Course: 10 Tips for Building Effective Flows

**Discount Code Available at end of Post** Back in early August, I created my first Udemy course called Microsoft Flow vs Azure Logic Apps, which tool is right for me? So far the course has been well-received and I appreciate all of you who have taken the course and provided feedback. I enjoyed the process so much that I decided to build another course. This … Continue reading New Udemy Course: 10 Tips for Building Effective Flows

PM on Call: Split Strings and Access Array Indexes

This version of #PMonCall covers a more advanced Microsoft Flow concept, but one that a customer ran into and I figured it would be worth sharing with a broader audience. Problem In this scenario, our customer has a comma delimited string and they need to parse this string and access specific indexes within the array. For example we may have a string like “a,b,c,d” and … Continue reading PM on Call: Split Strings and Access Array Indexes

PM on Call: Parsing JSON Email Attachments

Welcome to a new feature on my blog called “PM on Call”. So why this feature? I am a big fan of Gary Vaynerchuk and he has a saying “Document, don’t create”.  The idea being is that people can surcome to paralysis by analysis by always trying to think of clever ways to create good content. But, what better way to create good content, than … Continue reading PM on Call: Parsing JSON Email Attachments