[Build 2019] Let’s develop a Microsoft Graph-powered productivity app

As part of Build 2019, i scheduled this Microsoft Graph API related session in my schedule builder – so thought of sharing this one Let’s learn how to use Microsoft Graph to bring together some of the best experiences from Microsoft Teams, Outlook, and SharePoint. In this Level 300 session, you will see how to…

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[Build 2019] Welcome to the world of Machine Learning with ML.NET 1.0

As i updated earlier, ML.NET is a free, cross-platform, and open source machine learning framework for .NET developers. It is also an extensible platform that powers Microsoft services like Windows Hello, Bing Ads, PowerPoint Design Ideas, and more. This session focuses on the release of ML.NET 1.0. If you want to learn the basics about…

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[Build 2019] Machine learning with ML.Net

As i updated you earlier, ML.NET is a free, cross-platform and open source machine learning framework designed to bring the power of machine learning (ML) into .NET applications. As you aware that we’re in mid of Microsoft Build 2019 conference, where we joined by Cesar De La Torre Llorente who gives us a great overview…

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Office 365 and new Outlook simplified ribbon

Well, if you’re using Outlook for a while, then you will be familiar with Outlook ribbon – contains all of the options and commands that you use to accomplish tasks in Outlook. For example, you can click buttons on the ribbon to create a new email, delete emails, open a new meeting request, or assign…

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Azure Developer: Submit your Feature requests for Microsoft Graph API User Voice

Have you submitted any of the feature requests for Microsoft Graph API earlier? If yes, then please note that we got a new home for it  microsoftgraph.uservoice.com. Until now, the feature requests were part of the larger Office Dev User Voice. With this move to Microsoft Graph’s own instance of User Voice, each API service…

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EWS API throws error “No Mailbox with such GUID”

Recently i was working with an ISV/application developer, who created this custom application using EWS (Exchange Web Services) API. It worked with the account with impersonation rights to access other mailboxes/calendars in Azure/Office 365/Exchange Online. But when they tried to access a specific mailbox calendar, they see the error “No mailbox with such GUID”. We…

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Developer: Office Add-ins community call @ April 10, 2019

The Office Add-ins community call is our monthly event for developers to connect in real-time with the folks who are building the Office JavaScript APIs. We’ll share updates about new Office JavaScript APIs, provide tips about useful tools, samples, and resources for developing Office Add-ins, and feature a technical deep dive on a specific topic….

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Azure Developer–Let’s investigate production issues with Azure Monitor, Snapshot Debugger

In this session, Isaac shares us how the developer exception resolution experience can be better with Azure Monitor and Snapshot Debugger. The discussion talks about what Azure Monitor is and an introduction to Snapshot Debugger, and quickly goes into demos showcasing what developers can do with Snapshot Debugger.   [0:50] – Overview of Azure Monitor [2:11]…


Deep dive # 2: How to configure Exchange on-premise Server hybrid integration with Office 365/Azure Infrastructure and test REST API calls?

So this post is dedicated for Exchange/Office 365/Azure administrators, as they came back after checking the deep dive # 1 blog with few queries. /api virtual Directory: CU3 introduces a new virtual directory to support the REST API, the /api virtual directory. So the API virtual directory is available in Exchange 2016 CU3 or newer…


Deep dive # 1: How to configure Exchange on-premise Server hybrid integration with Office 365/Azure Infrastructure and test REST API calls?

This is one of the regular discussion that comes across at my desk, how we can configure Hybrid Exchange on-premise server integration with Office 365/Exchange Online, so that users can make use of REST API. So I thought let me stitch all of them together which can be handy for both the Exchange administrators and…

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Microsoft Build 2019 Conference: May 6-8 @ Seattle

Microsoft Build will take place May 6-8, 2019 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle. Here’s your chance to explore and learn about new and upcoming technologies, gain hands-on experience, and level up development skills. Microsoft Build brings developers and experts from the product teams together, so you have opportunities to ask questions, collaborate…


Microsoft Graph API’s Beta version, developer guidance, support

Microsoft Graph API’s beta version, You need to be aware that beta version contains features that are currently in preview. You’re invited to try these APIs. Beta version is exposed under https://graph.microsoft.com/beta How to find if the feature is in beta or not, When you open the Graph API documentation, you will see the following…

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