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Getting Started with Microsoft Graph – Access Tokens. Join Microsoft MVP Paul Schaeflein at the Iowa .Net User Group event; 4th Feb 2021, 12pm GMT -6.

MVP Watch: Paul Schaeflein

Written by Benjamin Hughes

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31st January 2021

Iowa .Net User Group event .Net@Noon

Thursday, 4 February 2021
12:00 pm
 to 1:00 pm GMT-6

Using Microsoft Graph starts with an access token that allows your application to read customer data. Microsoft MVP and AddIn365 Technical Architect Paul Schaeflein will be walking us through the various ways you can get a token, so you can get busy processing data. The event, which is free to attend thanks to sponsorship from QCI and Source Allies amongst others, will review interactive & daemon scenarios, delegated & application permissions, and console, web/api & function applications.

You can book your free tickets here <Virtual>[.NET@Noon] Getting Started with Microsoft Graph – Access Tokens | Meetup

Be sure to bring your questions! Or tweet them in advance to @paulschaeflein.  


To enquire about Paul Schaeflein, or our two other in-house Microsoft MVPs Suzy Dean and Wes Hackett, speaking at one of your events please email hello@addin365.com .


MVP Watch – Paul Schaeflein:
Paul Schaeflein is a solution architect/developer with experience in architecting, designing and developing software solutions. This experience covers a vast range of technologies, languages and industries. Paul works at AddIn365, helping employees to use the right parts of Office 365 to complete their work. In doing so, we help organisations to utilise Office 365, maximising their return on investment in the Office 365 platform. Paul is a co-host of the Microsoft 365 Developer Podcast. In addition, Paul is a top-rated speaker, having presented at SharePoint Evolutions, the SharePoint Evolutions Roadshow, the Microsoft SharePoint Conference and TechEd conferences, as well as user groups. In recognition of community efforts, Microsoft has awarded Paul as a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) ten times.

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