The Blog, The Books & The Workshops. In one place


This blog contains 10 years of information about Dynamics NAV . The articles are all categorised, which makes it easier for you to find the information you need.

NAV Skills focusses 100% on Microsoft Dynamics NAV product quality from a software architecture perspective.

We provide training, coaching, books, certification and a blog with hundreds of articles about Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

Workshops

Starting from 2015 we provide the Master Class for Microsoft Dynamics NAV Application Architecture and Design Patterns. This workshop is based on the latest architectural principles and (clean) coding best practices allowing you to write applications that are easy to maintain and upgrade outside of the ecosystem of their creators.

NAV Skills also promotes other independent classes hosted by specialists.

Books

In fall of 2015 the book Learning Dynamics NAV Patterns will is published. A tutorial that will teach you step by step how to use commonly used solutions for design challenges in NAV. The foreword is written by Thomas Hejlsberg, Chief Technology Officer at Microsoft for Dynamics NAV.

Learning Dynamics NAV PatternsWe have a close relationship with Microsoft in Denmark and a strong link to the Dynamics NAV Communities authoring books and articles as well as delivering presentations and hosting events.

Mark Brummal also wrote the NAV 2009 and 2013 Application Design books. A unique insight in how the functional modules of the product are architected and how to use the architectural elements (Design Patterns) for your own application.

 

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4 Responses to The Blog, The Books & The Workshops. In one place

  1. Pingback: The Blog, The Books & The Workshops. In one place - Mark Brummel - Author of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Application Design

  2. Matthias says:

    Hi Mark,

    I really like your books, especially the new one about patterns. Would you please be so kind to share the NAV objects of the samples created in the books online?

    Thank you very much

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    • Mark Brummel says:

      They are on my onedrive, but that is an old version. I want to get them to GitHub but have to find time. This weekend looks pretty good, wait until monday please. ;-).

      Thanks for your kind words.

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