In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how to use Microsoft Power Automate to create automated workflows. Streamline repetitive tasks and paperless processes with Microsoft Power Automate—so you can focus your attention where it’s needed most.

Video index:

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 1:43 How to get Microsoft Power Automate / Flow
  • 3:29 Power Automate home page
  • 4:04 Create a flow using a template
  • 6:58 View and manage all of my flows
  • 8:50 Create an automated flow from blank
  • 10:05 Create an instant flow from blank
  • 12:10 Create a scheduled flow from blank
  • 14:28 UI and business process flows
  • 16:00 Templates
  • 16:29 Connectors
  • 16:49 Wrap up

Silicon may be at the heart of most gadgets, but it’s not the only semiconductor around.

Gallium nitride has been getting a lot of attention recently for it’s electrical properties, which outperform silicon in a lot of areas.

Gallium nitride has the potential to revolution power systems, including solar, electric vehicles, and even phone chargers.

Beyond that, it’s finding uses in the mobile industry, and could even be used to build ultra fast processors.

But how feasible is any of that, and even if it’s possible, how long will it take? 

Practical Engineering explores a scalable (and unexpected) means of mass energy storage.

Electricity faces a fundamental problem that comes with pretty much any product that’s provided on-demand: our ability to generate large amounts of it doesn’t match up that closely with when we need it. The storage of electricity for later use, especially on a large scale, is quite challenging. That’s not to say that we don’t store energy at grid scale though, and there’s one type of storage that makes up the vast majority of our current capacity.