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Power to the Enterprise – Building Bots with Power Virtual Agents

chixcancode profile image LaBrina Loving Updated on ・2 min read

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About This Session:

July 15, 2020: 12:00 PDT - 12:25 PDT

Power Virtual Agents empowers teams to easily create powerful bots using a guided, no-code graphical interface. It also allows users to add custom skills built with pro-code tools. In this session, I will walk though how both low-code and pro-code developers can work together to build bots. I will discuss the software development lifecycle for bots with Power Virtual Agent and key points to consider.

About the Speaker:

LaBrina Loving is a Senior Engineer @ Microsoft focusing on Azure for ISV's and Startups. Follow @chixcancode on Twitter.

Additional Resources: aka.ms/powerbotframework

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Senior Engineer @Microsoft focused on Azure for ISV's and Startups, Dev Community Organizer, Speaker, STEM Advocate.

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Loved the bot to bot communication about Tacos!


LaBrina, have you ever used a Bot in real life with some non-tech friends? For instance, has the taco bot joined your friend circles outside of Microsoft? I feel like some of my friends would FLIP OUT and love it!


I definitely could see more use for it with friends...Maybe collaborating on your next pot luck. I'm going to post some examples soon.


Thank you for this LaBrina! It was a great one.