If you’re developing in SharePoint and Office 365, you probably heard about PnP Libraries and all the awesomeness beneath this joint venture between Microsoft and the Community: there's well-documented examples, cool provision extensible engines, PowerShell, Spfx and a bunch of other shiny assets we can use, customize, enhance to empower our solutions.
It’s time to take a step back and look at how can we leverage all of what we've built and start to industrializing\productize your PnP assets.
Patterns and Practices packages: self-contained PnP Candy assets delivered as corporate packages to well know multinational companies
And the best part is that PnP Candy was developed under the Office Dev PnP community initiative, so it's open-source and free!
With 20 years of experience in Software Engineering & Architecture, Rodrigo Pinto is a Enterprise Architect, SharePoint MVP, Specialist & Evangelist at Storm Technology . Responsible for the Modern Workplace area, he tends to use innovation in creating new solutions and development strategies. Speaker since 2009, he delivers regular sessions at Microsoft Events: Techdays, RoadtoSharePoint, Lightup SharePoint, Microsoft RoadShow, SharePoint Connections, SP24, European SharePoint Conference, CollabSummit, Microsoft TechRefresh, MVP ShowCase, SQL Saturday, Azure Boot Camps, User Group Meetings and online events. He started the SharePoint Portuguese User Group and loves the idea By and For the Community