Introducing Microsoft Graph community samples

Developers all around the world are creating code samples and snippets using the Microsoft Graph with all sorts of languages in very different ways every day. Each of these community contributions can be found in blogs, different GitHub repositories and various other places.
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Microsoft Graph community call-April 3, 2018

Join us on the first Tuesday of every month for the Microsoft Graph API community call. You can download a recurring monthly calendar invite at https://aka.ms/microsoftgraphcall. 
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Office 365 Developer Program Update – New Developer Features

One of the more common requests we hear from our developer community is that they’d like us to make it easier to get access to the developer tools they need.  We’ve listened to those requests and are pleased to announce a number of significant updates to the Office 365 Developer Program. 
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Microsoft Graph community call – March 6, 2018

Join us on the first Tuesday of every month for the Microsoft Graph API community call. You can download a recurring monthly calendar invite at https://aka.ms/microsoftgraphcall.
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Microsoft Graph Java SDK Preview

Java developers have spoken, and we’ve listened. We’re excited to announce a preview of our new Java SDK for Microsoft Graph. Java developers can use the SDK to integrate with data, relationships and intelligence of the Microsoft Graph API in both client and server-side applications.
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Flow scenario #4: Kaizala message merge from Excel

In this post, I will explore the scenario where you have an Excel file that has the content that needs to be sent in a particular format to a particular subscriber / user of a Kaizala public (hub and spoke) group.
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Microsoft Graph Community Call: February 6, 2018

On the first Tuesday of every month join us for the Microsoft Graph API community call. You can download a recurring monthly calendar invite at https://aka.ms/microsoftgraphcall.
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OpenHack Microsoft Graph | Microsoft Teams | Azure Serverless

Microsoft is pleased to invite you to an exclusive developer event focused on developing next generation Enterprise and Business Applications with Office 365 and Azure. OpenHack is a fun, challenge-based coding event hosted in London, England, 6-8 March 2018.  Register Now!
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Kaizala Excel add-in: Fetch data into Excel

This blog discusses the Kaizala Excel add-in that allows you to quickly get data from Kaizala endpoints without leaving Excel in just a click. All you need is an Excel table within a spreadsheet and a Kaizala account. You could now share the Excel table on Kaizala – which would send out a survey with each column as a question. People on the group could respond to the survey that they received on their phone. When you refresh the table from within Excel, you would get the responses as rows within your table.
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New Python Quick Start and samples for Microsoft Graph

We are pleased to introduce a new Microsoft Graph Quick Start experience for Python. This Quick Start walks you through building an application, including registering a new application and scaffolding the code to send a new email.
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