An introduction to Repeatable and Upgradable Software Design


Partner Ready Software | Be Repeatable and Upgradable

By Mark Brummel

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Introduction
Partner Ready Software is a community initiative founded by Gary Winter, Mark Brummel and Eric Wauters. The current team is completed by Vjeko Babic and Soren Klemmensen.

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When Dynamics NAV was introduced, about 25 years ago, the original authors of the software have implemented design patterns. However they were never documented and only existed implicitly in the software. The people who were trained in these early years got these patterns explained by the trainers who were closely related to the original authors of the software.

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During the years, these patterns were forgotten by both Microsoft and the partner ecosystem. In order to attempt to document this knowledge, Mark Brummel, one of the founders of Partner Ready Software wrote a book about Application Design for Microsoft Dynamics NAV in 2010. This book contains a…

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