Category Archives: Directions

Directions 2016 Easter Egg | C/AL in Visual Studio Code?


Ok, it is official. I regret not attending at least one of the Directions events. They published their agenda and there is a really nice easter egg that you must search for. When blogging about features that have not been … Continue reading

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Dynamics NAV is Dead! Long live Dynamics NAV!


Directions USA published their agenda today and the agenda for NAVTechDays is getting more clear each week too. What can we learn from these agenda’s? Its all about Extensions, Cloud and Dynamics 365 for Financials aka project “Madeira”. Is that … Continue reading

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Conference Schedule 2016 | Starting with WPC


If you “Google” on “Dynamics NAV 2016 Events” you don’t get a list that includes Directions, NAVUG Summit and NAVTechDays. No, you get a list of functions from Codeunits to subscribe to. How nerdy can a product get. So, it … Continue reading

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Directions USA 2016 | Why you should attend…continued


By Mark Brummel – Founder of NAV Skills Masterclasses & Microsoft MVP since 2006 There is so much to blog about and so little time. Event season is sneaking up on us with WPC around the corner and two great … Continue reading

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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.

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Directions EMEA 2015 | Recap


Back home at the office in Olst I am trying to wrap my head around what I learned in Mannheim this year. It is mind boggling. The amount software improvements that Microsoft ships as NAV2016 is just amazing, especially if … Continue reading

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Reporting from Directions 2006


This Blog Article was brought forward from my old blog Starting First thing to say is: My appologies for not reporting on a daily bases. Directions is way different from TechEd and much busier for me. I have also had … Continue reading

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