Monthly Archives: May 2016

Directions 2016 | Why you should attend, and why I won’t be there


Summer is getting close, which means early bird registrations for the “big” Dynamics NAV events are ending. Advertisements

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Inside project “Madeira” part IV | Simplicity always wins


Simplicity always wins This is a great quote from James Crowter, a fellow mvp and friend from the UK. He said this while presenting UI best practices for the phone client last year at Directions USA.

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Inside project “Madeira” part III | It’s not NAV


Identical twins are different too When Microsoft released the public preview of project “Madeira” I was proud, happy and enthousiastic. But I was also dissapointed. Microsofts messaging was strong in the fact that it was not NAV.

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Inside project “Madeira” part II | Extensions only?


By Mark Brummel – Founder of NAV Skills Masterclasses & Microsoft MVP since 2006 Yesterday I’ve started a series of blog posts about project “Madeira” where I  try to analyse the impact on the Dynamics NAV and ERP ecosystem.

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Inside project “Madeira” part I | Impact on the traditional one-off implementation


By Mark Brummel – Founder of NAV Skills Masterclasses & Microsoft MVP since 2006 I have not been more enthusiastic about something lately than about project “Madeira” and tried to learn as much as I can about it and reflect … Continue reading

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