Automate your workflow using Azure Logic Apps

English Intermediate Other

In this session, the speaker will go over the fundamentals of Azure Logic Apps and the value propositions it offers when it comes to automating workflows and business processes. Another similar offering called ‘Power Automate’ (e.g. Flow) will also be discussed during the session. After that, the speaker will dive into the nuances of Logic Apps and when and how to use them. The session would conclude with a demonstration and Q&A.


Prakash Manit

Community Speaker

A Business Leader with 15+ years of professional experience in Design/Development of Web/Cloud/ML/Windows applications using C#, ASP.NET, MVC, Web API, JavaScript, JQuery, Angular, Azure Cognitive and ML, WCF, WPF, Database design, SQL Server. Prakash is a a Technical Manager, Certified ScrumMaster®.He has driven various tech intensity programs, served as a speaker and panelist at conferences and community events.

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