Skills

SharePoint PowerApps Flow Office365

Certification

Microsoft Certified Professional
Jun
2000
Nov
2000
A134-4087
Authority: Microsoft
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer: Windows NT 4.0
Nov
2000
May
2005
A134-4086
Authority: Microsoft
Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator: Windows Server 2003
May
2005
Aug
2005
A134-4097
Authority: Microsoft
Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator: Messaging on Windows Server 2003
Jun
Jun
2007
A134-4101
Authority: Microsoft
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer: Messaging on Windows Server 2003
Jun
2007
May
2008
A134-4102
Authority: Microsoft
Microsoft® Certified Technology Specialist: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, Configuration
May
2008
May
2010
A134-4109
Authority: Microsoft
Microsoft® Certified Technology Specialist: Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, Configuration
May
2008
May
2010
A134-4108
Authority: Microsoft
Microsoft Certified Professional
Dec
2014
Present
F133-8655
Authority: Microsoft

Education

Louisiana State University
Bachelor's
1991
-
1995
Activities and Societies: Delta Zeta sorority

MVP

Yes

Description

Laura Rogers is a SharePoint, PowerApps & Flow expert, speaker, author and educator. She is well-versed in helping organizations make the most of their SharePoint environments using out-of-box functionalities such as workflows, forms and Web parts. Laura’s technical expertise also includes over 12 years of experience working with Microsoft’s messaging and collaboration systems. She has been named a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for the past eight years. She has contributed to several books on SharePoint over the past ten years. You can read more about Laura’s experiences on her blog, www.wonderlaura.com.

LauraR's Jobs

Download the PowerApps and Related Lists Companion Ebook Download the PowerApps and Related Lists Companion Ebook
Download the PowerApps and Related Lists Companion Ebook
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I will help you with PowerApps form logic I will help you with PowerApps form logic
I will help you with PowerApps form logic
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250.00 USD
I will be your SharePoint mentor for 2 hours I will be your SharePoint mentor for 2 hours
I will be your SharePoint mentor for 2 hours
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500.00 USD
I will be your Power Apps & Power Automate Mentor for 2 hours I will be your Power Apps & Power Automate Mentor for 2 hours
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fixed Rate 500.00 USD

Avg. Response Time

18 hours 22 minutes

Recent Delivery

3 weeks ago

LauraR's Reviews

AlexanderC3
Absolutely the best. Saved me hours of work. Wish there was 6 stars.
MikeF2
I'm not sure of the value of paying $10 for this PDF when the EXACT same information is available online at no charge. I assumed the PDF would provide additional information. Seems that this is targeted to novices like myself. Sure, I've been creating parent/child forms in Access since I was in diapers, but this whole PowerApps thing is new to me and my developer skills are a couple decades out of date. So, in my judgement, the shortcomings of this article are 1. Inability to copy and paste commands from the PDF to PowerApps forms, 2. Failure to document the exact structure of the two tables being used, so I can duplicate the results of the included example 3. Probably out of scope for what this article is trying to accomplish, but a reference to where I can learn about all the commands used would be really helpful; maybe references to a number of other resources that would be beneficial in learning more about creating forms in PowerApps
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