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The Power Platform and the Community have inspired many, and at the same time, many seek new gigs, new employment, or new careers. In this session, receive interview tips, learning path information, and some industry lingo to help nail your first Power Platform interviews. Learn to impress the best interviewers in the first five minutes. New job seekers, parents, students, industry experts, hobbyists, and small business owners are encouraged to join this professional development session.
I'd like to present a concise session using the four principles in this article.
I've seen many people asking about interviews and jobs with PP in online forums, social media, Reddit, etc.
I'll also include learning and preparation tips, specific to Power Platform. Thank you for the opportunity and Happy New Year!
Paul Swider is an International Speaker and the Chief Philanthropy Officer for RealActivity, a Boston-based SaaS startup, focused on streamlining healthcare using the Microsoft Cloud and proprietary software technology. Paul is also the Founder and Community Engagement leader for the Boston Healthcare Technology User Group.
Paul has passionate about travel and helping others. He has traveled the seven continents, over one million miles, to 98 TCC countries, all while organizing user groups, events and presenting at conferences in over 50 UN countries to date. Paul helped launch the Nairobi User Group, which is now one of East Africa's largest tech communities. His community work throughout West Africa, South Africa, Colombia, Palestine, the Caribbean, and Puerto Rico is held in high regard and many of the User Groups and communities he launched are still successful today.
Paul is an accomplished author of several developer books and, is viewed as an international expert in distributed Cloud software development and decentralized enterprise blockchain. Paul was first certified as a Microsoft engineer (MCSE. MCSD, MCT) in 1996 and has held enterprise certifications from Microsoft since that time. Paul was Awarded Azure MVP for 2019 and Azure most Influential in 2020.
Paul is currently based out of the Boston area and occasionally gets to chase the tides and winds as an avid sailor with his family and friends in Puerto Rico. -`ღ´-