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Chapter 3 - Highlights
A visual accompaniment to an in-person workshop, "Building Your Microsoft 365 Training Program From The Inside" at the Microsoft 365 Collaboration Conference (Spring 2021)
Sean Bugler |
| June 11, 2021, 9:00AM PST
Image courtesy of Markus Spiske |
What value might a Microsoft 365 developer tenant have for you personally? As an organization?
There's value in seeing everything that's possible, even if we're not all there yet. Help to avoid it being new for everyone all at once.
Turn on Targeted Release so you can see upcoming features well in advance of your own organization
Sovreign clouds get to see upcoming features WELL in advance (when things are broken, you can see what it's actually supposed to look like)
Courage to test new things "safely"
To actually validate changes in advance, to ensure things will work as expected.
No personal information when recording content or running live trainings
How do you manage developing and deploying in Microsoft 365?
While there's no easy way to do so, but a good rule of thumb to develop and test in some form of a developer or test tenant, but to tread lightly when re-creating in production.
NO LOAD TESTING in Micrsoft 365
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