Power Baseball League: Introduction

The Power Baseball League project was an idea I had a while back to build out a full youth baseball league solution using Microsoft Business Applications. I am excited to be working with Kylie Kiser, Microsoft Business Applications MVP, to work together to learn these technologies, share best practices and have fun!

The main driver behind this idea was a desire I’ve had for a long time to use a personal interest to build out a project that could leverage the different tools within the business applications suite. I’ve been involved in this space since 2010 – before the Power Platform was even known as such, and before many of the tools we have at our disposal hit general availability. It’s astounding to step back and look at what Microsoft has created over the years. It’s also overwhelming. There are so many tools available that it’s hard to keep up. Using a personal interest project like this helps one explore the various applications in a fun and unique way!

Join us as we talk about what this Power Baseball League is and the goals for our project. We will also start diving in to requirements to figure out how this project will play out. Listen closely for some best practices around requirements gathering that you can implement in your own projects.

Add your tips, tricks, questions and more in the comments!

You can find Kylie’s content at the following:

Blog: https://kyliekiser.com/



YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt7jIvOwE4mHsr1Tjk1jj3w

Cover Image: Photo by Damir Spanic on Unsplash

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