Exam Ref Pl-900 Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals

Zacker, Craig



Direct from Microsoft, this Exam Ref is the official study guide for the new Microsoft PL-900 Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals certification exam.
Exam Ref PL-900 Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals offers professional-level preparation that helps candidates maximize their exam performance and sharpen their skills on the job. It focuses on the specific areas of expertise modern IT professionals need to demonstrate real-world mastery of Microsoft Power Platform's concepts, components, and capabilities for automating business processes, analyzing data, and creating simple app experiences. Coverage includes:

  • Understanding Power Platform's business value
  • Understanding Power Platform's core components
  • Demonstrating Power BI's business value
  • Demonstrating Power Apps' business value
  • Demonstrating Microsoft Power Automate's business value

Microsoft Exam Ref publications stand apart from third-party study guides because they:


  • Provide guidance from Microsoft, the creator of Microsoft certification exams
  • Target professional-level exam candidates with content focused on their needs, not "one-size-fits-all" content
  • Streamline study by organizing material according to the exam's objective domain (OD), covering one functional group and its objectives in each chapter
  • Feature Thought Experiments to guide candidates through a set of "what if?" scenarios, and prepare them more effectively for Pro-level style exam questions
  • Explore big picture thinking around the professional's job role

For more information on Exam PL-900 and the Microsoft Certified Power Platform Fundamentals credential, visit https: //docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/certifications/exams/pl-900.



Craig Zacker is the author or coauthor of dozens of books, manuals, articles, and websites on computer and networking topics. He has also been an English professor, a technical and copy editor, a network administrator, a webmaster, a corporate trainer, a technical support engineer, a minicomputer operator, a literature and philosophy student, a library clerk, a photographic darkroom technician, a shipping clerk, and a newspaper boy.