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SharePoint Dev Weekly – Episode 58

In this session of SharePoint Dev Weekly, hosts – Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft), Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore), discuss the latest news and topics around SharePoint development.

Covered in this episode: Microsoft Ignite 2019. Several announcements of interest: Fluid Framework private preview (sign up), Office Add-ins built with SPFx that will preview in the 1.10 release of SharePoint Framework, new version of Yammer and the ability to add Yammer app to a Team, Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser, Presenter Coach in PowerPoint, renewed Microsoft Project, Project Cortex – AI driven document management services, new Graph API for extending Microsoft Search, Office Scripts, Security updates, Compliance scoring, Project Cortex private preview, look book updates and more.

Full Disclosure: “announcement” != immediately available.

If you are at the Ignite conference – November 3 – 8, please stop by the booth.

This episode was recorded on Monday, November 4, 2019.

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Here are all of the links around related announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2019.

Here’s the list of covered community articles this week. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!

If you’d like to hear from a specific community member in an upcoming recording and/or have specific questions to SharePoint engineering or visitors – please let us know. We will do our best to address your requests or questions.

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SharePoint Team, Microsoft – 5th of November 2019

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