Home Technology Microsoft Power Platform Encouraging Pakistani Girls to Enter Software Development

Microsoft Power Platform Encouraging Pakistani Girls to Enter Software Development


The Microsoft Power platform is encouraging young students to develop applications and enter the realm of Software application development. The platform has made it super simple for youngsters to practice their software development skills. The Power Platform is a great fit to automate basic business processes with power automate, perform data analysis with Power BI, create simple Power Apps experiences and build practical chatbots with Power Virtual Age.

Read more: Microsoft Office Gets a Windows 11-Like Update

The user-friendly platform has attracted youngsters as long as 10-year-olds to certify in this domain. This is the same platform that the two Pakistani girls, Zara and Zenubia were able to certify as the youngest twin pair in the world to pass the Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals certification. The young girls were exposed to the Microsoft Learn platform which includes apps and resources which enabled them to develop their own Microsoft Power Platform app. The young girls were encouraged to learn software development by their father who was working from home at the time the pandemic was at its peak.

The Microsoft Power Platform is widely used globally to develop customized software applications. It encourages people to build solutions for their organizations and automate their business processes, perform data analytics, and integrate artificial intelligence to build new solutions.

What is CxO Global Forum?

The CxO Global Forum Network is an emerging knowledge-sharing platform of Global Thought Leaders for all C-Level The forum is to get global exposure especially in digital transformation & innovation around the globe. It is the largest Corporate Outreach Forum and has currently 400+ members. 

Previous articleRs300 Million Contracts Awarded to Jazz to Provide High-Speed Internet on M3, M5 Motorways
Next articleHBL Shifting Towards a “Technology Company with a Banking License”