Microsoft and community members have developed the patterns and practices (PnP) as a way to guide us in the best approaches for working with Share Point and SharePoint Online. Whether you are building custom solutions or just want to manage them better using PowerShell there are components in the PnP for them. In this session we will look at the PnP and how to use it whether we are developing or administrating SharePoint..
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