Future of developers in Power Platform

Dreaming in CRM & Power Platform

Generally all my posts are problem-solution type posts. I never write anything that is purely my opinion. But, considering the recent developments, I thought I should sit down and write down my thoughts. Before we even consider whether developers have a future in Power Platform, we need to first delve into the historical context of the developer’s role and their tasks in Dynamics CRM.

In the beginning of time

I come from a technical background, starting with ASP.NET WebForms, C# and Dynamics CRM OnPremise. Back in those days my role mostly revolved around Plugin, custom workflow assemblies, a bit of JavaScript to do data validation, hiding/unhiding or enabling/disabling fields. I also occasionally had to use Deployment Manager to do some backup/restore or UR installations.

A CRM Developer had to just know C#, CRM SDK, understand a bit of JavaScript to write crmForm.all. You never had to be highly skilled in…

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Published by amars4u

• Experience in gathering requirement, creation of Functional Design and providing Functional Demo to client. • Experience in Functional Testing, Test Automation, Integration Testing, and Data Migration Testing on various applications in Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft SharePoint and USD for Dynamics CRM • Hands-On Experience in EasyRepro Automation Framework, Coded UI, Selenium, Microsoft VSTS, VSO, and MTM • Worked on Test Scenario creation, Test case creation, Test data creation, Test Case execution, Defect reporting, Smoke testing, Regression, and Ad-hoc testing in Agile model at SIT environment • In depth knowledge of developing & executing standard test plan & procedure • Have experience in onshore-offshore project model, working with teams from Offshore, Leading the test team and sending status report to senior management and stakeholders • Have experience of leading Functional, Automation and Data Migration Test Team.

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