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Blogs

SoHo Dragon’s thought leaders have their own blog.

Peter Ward

My job as CTO of SoHo Dragon involves developing and delivering Microsoft cloud solutions, as well as presenting new ideas, recruiting and motivating the people within the team to provide an outstanding service to our clients.

Like all of us, I get involved in pitching for work and making it work. We know when we get things right because people send us lovely emails about the things we have done, the people we have helped. We have our services down to a science and see Microsoft’s cloud offerings to be great business productively drivers. We are proud of the work we do with our clients of all verticals in helping them discover the enormous saving and take advantage of what the Microsoft platform has to offer. Now that’s a real reward.

Teams Tuesday Meetup May 2022 Podcast

Content: 1. What is a Microsoft Teams Room? 2. Where do Microsoft Teams Rooms fit into an organization? 3. Microsoft Front Row layout explanation and guidance. 4. Where can I find more information about Teams Rooms if I want to learn more?

Teams Tuesday Meetup April 2022 Podcast

Content: What’s new and where are we going with Power Apps Portals. Below are the questions and answers from the April 2022 Meetup Session.  Q. Tell us a bit

Anna Jhaveri

Over 9+ years of experience on various Microsoft Technologies, mostly on SharePoint. Vast experience on solution design, implementation and product customization on different versions of Microsoft SharePoint Products.

Specialties: SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint Online(Office 365), WSS, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, Search, Collaboration, Enterprise Applications, SQL Server 2012/2008 , JQuery, ASP.NET, C#, SharePoint Designer 2010/2013, Nintex Workflows, TFS 2010, TFS Online, Scrum Methodologies. Solution design, implementation and delivery of client applications and products on different versions of SharePoint.

Beginner’s guide: Connecting Dynamics 365 and Power Automate - send emails on creating and updating records

  Prior to Power Automate (formerly Microsoft Flow), many of us probably sent emails using a workflow in Dynamics 365. This option has been around for quite some time. Typically, we have some automated process where emails go out to notify internal personnel or external customers.

Beginner’s guide: Connecting Business Central and Power Automate - send emails on creating and updating records

You must have read my blog on beginner’s guide to connect D365 from power automate. And, if you are interested in connecting Business central with power automate, you are at the right place. I will show you the basics and steps to connect business central, how to send emails and limitations of power automate with Business central

Michael Rava

At SoHo Dragon, we help companies find elite-level IT Staff for mission-critical projects and full-time employment on Direct Hire. For the last 3 years, I have honed our talent sourcing method working side-by-side with hiring managers at top investment banks and financial services companies. The end result is the formation of a nimble sourcing team that functions as an extension of our client’s Information Technology/Human Resources arm to rapidly augment headcount and swarm on project objectives to complete reach milestones ahead of schedule

Training Can Be Your Ticket to Advancement

A recent email from an online university shared this smart observation: “Employers notice people who keep learning.” Learning helps you stand out as someone who progresses and doesn’t stand still. With all the disruption in our world today, businesses cannot afford to have staffers who stand still.  

How IT Workers Can Find New Jobs During and After the Great Resignation

During the pandemic, people worked harder than ever just to keep businesses up and running. Many had to stretch their capabilities, learn new skills on the fly, pivot, and roll with the times. Some people lost their jobs. Everyone had to adjust, and then readjust as work requirements changed almost daily. 

Tom Daly

A Office 365 & SharePoint Developer. I currently specialize in the UI aspects of SharePoint, implementing branding, dvwp, web parts, and app. Expert in both JavaScript & C# development. New Office Servers and Services MVP. 

I’m an active blogger @ thomasdaly.net, community contributor, GitHub project author, speaker, and event organizer (Office 365 Bootcamp / Azure Bootcamp – NY/NJ), SharePoint Saturday NYC, SharePoint Saturday NJ, & New Jersey SharePoint User Group) 

Azure Community Bootcamp 2021

Introduction After an event I like to wrap up some of my thoughts on how the event started and some of the lessons learned. This post will be broken out into the two parts of the story on the event and then some of the lessons that come with running an event. For those that […]