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6 people who changed careers with low-code from Power Apps

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The tech sector is booming with jobs and opportunities. But for some people, the question is: how do I get in? Few people have degrees in computer science, IT, or engineering—so, coding jobs seem out of reach. However, with low-code app tools, some grit and curiosity, anyone can now realize a career in tech. This is one of the most exciting elements of Microsoft Power Platform.

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Ardent Mills uses Microsoft Power Platform to enable a paperless state-of-the-art mill

Headshot of article author Sameer Bhangar

Ardent Mills operates in more than 40 locations that specialize in flour, quinoa, pulses, and organic and gluten-free products that drive emerging nutrition and innovation across plant-based ingredients. To stay current with the increase in operations and production across their plants in several different countries, their processes need to be efficient and supported by the technological capabilities available today. Deborah Romero-Reinig, explored Power Apps and Microsoft Power Platform to improve their processes and establish reporting capabilities across their plants. Several apps are now live and the team is now working towards a digital foundation for their upcoming paperless state of the art mill.

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Introducing the ALM Accelerator for Power Platform

Headshot of article author Marc Schweigert

Historically, getting started with Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) for the Microsoft Power Platform came with a learning curve and lots of time investment setting up ALM. Based on our own learnings setting up ALM for the Center of Excellence (CoE) Starter kit, we’re excited to introduce you to the public preview of the ALM Accelerator for Power Platform – a new reference implementation that is now also part of the Center of Excellence (CoE) Starter Kit.

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