Monthly Archives: November 2014

Implementation Pattern #1 | Classes, Methods and Properies


So last week in this post I promissed you to publish the implementation patterns that help you structure your application to achieve repeatable and upgradable solutions that are easy to understand and maintain. Not a big reader? You can watch … Continue reading

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Dynamics NAV in C# | Part 2 | Classes (Continued)


Disclaimer (Repeated): If you are a skilled C# developer, I apologize for any mistakes I made, they we unintentional. 🙂 In my last blogpost I talked about interpreting the table object in NAV as a C# class, how to use … Continue reading

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Dynamics NAV in C# | Part 2 | Classes (Updated)


Disclaimer: If you are a skilled C# developer, I apologize for any mistakes I made, they we unintentional. 🙂 UPDATE (29/nov/2014): Based on the feedback from Jason Down I changed the C# code to get the number from the number … Continue reading

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2014 Conference season is over, NAVTechDays rocks | What’s up next ?


With NAVTechDays 2014 last week, the conference season for Microsoft Dynamics NAV is officially over. From the perspective of a presenter, NAVTechDays is just amazing. At a cinema with a screen the size of a small house and hundreds of … Continue reading

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An introduction to Repeatable and Upgradable Software Design


Originally posted on Partner Ready Software | Be Repeatable and Upgradable:
By Mark Brummel Not a big reader? Watch the video of this blog post here. Introduction Partner Ready Software is a community initiative founded by Gary Winter, Mark Brummel and…

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NAVTechDays 2014 | How to Write Repeatable Software


Yesterday, on the first day of NAVTechDays the Partner Ready Software Team presented the latest and greatest on how we think you should write repeatable software. The session was done by Soren Klemmensen, Gary Winter, Vjeko Babic and Mark Brummel … Continue reading

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NAVTechDays 2014 | Development Best Practices for Creating Partner Ready Software


This year for NAVTechDays we did our second workshop for Development Best Practices for Creating Partner Ready Software. This is a one day workshop about design patterns in Dynamics NAV and how they can be applied. I’ve been asked by … Continue reading

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Recap | Asian Partner Summit 2014 | Bali


Doing six events in 10 weeks, this is probably the most special one from a venue perspective. Last year I’ve heard from a number of people quite good feedback of that year’s Asian Partner Conference. So I decided to check … Continue reading

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NAV Events Fall 2014 | 2nd half


As I am writing this the second half of the 2014 NAV event season has started. We had Directions USA & EMEA and NAVUG SUMMIT. Whilst I am writing this post from my hotel room at MVP Summit in Seattle, … Continue reading

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