On the first of September 2020, the PnP team organized its first virtual conference. The conference had lots of great sessions, and I am sure you would have had a hard time picking the sessions you wanted to follow. You know what they say, choosing is losing. Actually, that is not true. You always gain something, no matter what you picked. The good news is that all sessions were recorded and are now available for you to watch on the Youtube channel of Microsoft 365 & SharePoint Community - PnP.
Big shout out to Paolo Pialorsi for the fantastic work behind the scenes! 👏
- 1 Day
- 2 tracks
- 4 VMs in Azure (Live Event management)
- 16 speakers
- 18 sessions
- 540 minutes of technical content
- More than 2.200 registered attendees
- More than 5000 meeting joins in Teams Live Events during the conference
- Average eval score – 4.72 (scale being 1-5)
I also did a session at the conference about UI Testing. In this session, I showed how you could quickly get started with UI Testing in SharePoint and Microsoft Teams.
Testing, testing, and testing. Testing is the key to the success of building great solutions, but eventually, things might fail. Are you prepared for it? These problems could be related to a new implementation that you did incorrectly or changed on the platform. Being prepared for these changes is very important. UI Testing provides you this capability, but it is not a click-click solution. You will require some tools and practices to get you started.
In this session, Elio will guide you through the process of setting up a UI testing process with Cypress, writing your first tests, and showing the results to your developers and testers. Are you interested in how UI testing can improve your quality? Come and check out this session.
Check it out
If you missed it, or want to see it again, you find it on the following link: PnP Virtual Conference - 09/2020 - Learn how you can start UI testing your solutions.
Info: you can find the slides from the presenation here: presentation
Suppose you are interested in any other session. In that case, there is an overview page of all the sessions available on the Microsoft 365 Developer blogs site: PnP Virtual Conference – September 2020 – Summary and Recordings.