Mark Brummel - Author of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Application Design

Mark Brummel - Author of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Application Design

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Tip #44 | First time PowerShell, enable Scripts
This post is more a reminder for myself, each time I run into this when installing NAV on customers machines I have to search for the command. I love modern development, PowerShell, TFS, etc. But it does not make life … Continue reading →
Posted: 2015-2-19 20:36 by Marq
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To Navigate or Not To Navigate
Seriously, I love the people at Microsoft working on our product, well, most of them. But, every now and then you can really see that the company is like a country and not everything works like it should. I am … Continue reading →
Posted: 2015-2-15 12:28 by Marq
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We’re back to be found | Dynamics NAV Community
Oh my, I was almost ready to blog about it. We were completely lost! “What do you mean?”, I hear you say. Dynamics NAV is, as far as I know, the only product on the community website with a Wiki … Continue reading →
Tip #43 | Search
Every now and then it happens. I get the feeling I am the only one not knowing a trick. Off course I realise that is not the case so I share what I learn. MenuSuite and Search As you might … Continue reading →
Posted: 2015-2-9 11:29 by Marq
Design Patterns YouTube Playlist | 30 Videos
With the recovery of a lost video at Microsoft, the Design Patterns YouTube PlayList has 30 Videos now. 23 of these videos are part of the How Do I series and co-sponsored by Microsoft. 7 videos are created by me. … Continue reading →
Tip #42 | SetCurrentKey on Flowfields
I’ve already posted a few times about the possibilty of doing SETCURRENTKEY on non key (indexed) fields and doing flowfields and CALCSUMS on non SumIndexFields. Another option that we have is to do a SETCURRENTKEY on a flowfield. For example: … Continue reading →
Tip #41 | Smart Page Address Formatting
Ok, enough about these Design Patterns. Time for a real tip you can start using in 3 minutes. We all know that pages use more real estate than classic forms and we are limmited to two columns. Putting two controls … Continue reading →
Posted: 2015-1-29 7:00 by Marq
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[PRS] Design Patterns that should be [made] obsolete [by Microsoft]
Yes, this blog has a double title. Every now and then you need to do a little self reflection. Two weeks ago I was in talking with my fellow PRS member Soren Klemmensen and we discussed the fact that in … Continue reading →
Windows 10 and Dynamics NAV | Continuum and ERP
As I am writing this blog, Microsoft is showing Windows 10 to the world. I have always been a Windows fan and worked with the very early releases back until Windows 1. When Windows 8 was introduced we quickly got … Continue reading →
Posted: 2015-1-21 19:46 by Marq
Microsoft Convergence Atlanta 2015 | My Sessions & Workshops
This year in Atlanta I will be attending Convergence for the first time in many years. I am really looking forward to go back to this great event. I am also speaking at two sessions for this event as part … Continue reading →
Design Patterns on Partner Source now!
We already have Design Patterns on YouTube, MSDN, Wiki and MiBuSo. Now we can add Partner Source to that list. Microsoft has asked me to create an overview page and introduction video to the subject. You can find the page … Continue reading →
Dynamics NAV vNext : Corfu
Ok, writing about a new version before it is released with a current NDA is like walking on eggs. It can almost only go wrong. But, I am so exited about the upcomming release that I have to let that know … Continue reading →
Posted: 2015-1-18 21:31 by Marq
C/AL Coding Guidelines | NAV2015
As long as I work with Dynamics NAV as a developer, coding guidelines have always been a point of arguments. Long, long time ago they were published by Navision as part of the development training materials and documentation. I know most … Continue reading →
Introduction to Design Patterns and Upgradable Code | Free Webinar
For the NAVUG Summit in St. Louis 2014 I did a presentation called “Introduction to Design Patterns and Upgradable Code“. This presentation was very well received with top ratings. Therefor NAVUG have asked me to repeat the presentation in a … Continue reading →
NAV 2015 | Automatic Variable Naming
Evey now and then I have to let off some steam like in my previous post: Repeatability, Hype or Reality? That does not mean that overall, the product is just awesome. One of the features in NAV2015 I absolutely love is … Continue reading →
Posted: 2015-1-5 14:28 by Marq
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