Maker Experience, ALM for Canvas Apps and the Power Management Framework with Ryan Cunningham

Maker Experience, ALM for Canvas Apps and the Power Management Framework with Ryan Cunningham

Ryan Cunningham


FULL SHOW NOTES
https://podcast.nz365guy.com/71

  • Personal information and what Ryan does outside of his Microsoft day job 
  • Role in Microsoft as a Group Program Manager 
  • Working with the core CDS platform team 
  • How a massive endorsement translates to business, engineering, design, and vision in the context of the GPM for PowerApps role 
  • How he keeps the business very business-focused 
  • Questions from customers in this type of engagement, especially around UX 
  • Balancing the request coming from the market and what the team can show 
  • Managing patents and controlling a limited view of who gets know about what they’re going to patent 
  • Routine in preparing to go on stage before a presentation 
  • Ryan’s path into the business applications team 
  • Thoughts on the switch from CDS 1 to the underlying code base of what is Dynamics 
  • Unifying of Canvas Apps and model-driven apps 
  • The point at which Office 365 move into the Dynamics suite 
  • Thoughts on the admin experience over the maker experience and how it’s playing out  
  • Thoughts on the concern for the ALM story for Canvas Apps 
  • Thoughts on PCF (Pivotal Cloud Foundry) 
  • Opportunities for ISVS and advice for startups wanting to consider Power Platform 

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Ryan Cunningham

Ryan Cunningham is the General Manager for PowerApps, Microsoft’s low-code application development offering. Ryan has led PowerApps to millions of global users across Office 365, Dynamics 365, and standalone applications – helping everyone from citizen developers to professionals accelerate their delivery of enterprise line of business applications. Ryan holds advanced degrees from the University of Southern California and the London School of Economics, and is a frequent presenter on the low-code movement.