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Microsoft and PMI collaborate to teach students low-code techniques

By ET Bureau - December 01, 2022 1 Mins Read

According to a blog post published on Tuesday by Ryan Cunningham, VP, Power Apps at Microsoft, the company and the Project Management Institute have partnered to provide low code training to college students through the new Power Platform University Hub.

According to the announcement, the hub offers more than a dozen asynchronous, self-paced training courses made to show non-technical students how to make apps, data visualizations, chatbots, websites, and automation tools using the Microsoft Power Platform.

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A PL-100 Microsoft Power App Maker certification and a PMI Citizen Developer Practitioner Micro-Credential are awarded to students who complete the training.

Read More: https://www.ciodive.com/news/Microsoft-PMI-partnership-low-code-skills-training/637561/

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