All around NAV dev and test
Did you read about this master class already? You should, so continue as it is really worthwhile as it discusses Dynamics NAV at a meta level bringing more structure to your understanding of it. And yes, even for those who have been working with NAV for ages already. We're never too old to learn!
After successful performances in Canada, Netherlands, Belgium, Japan and Romania (and Iceland to go) the Dynamics NAV Master Class Application Architecture & Design Patterns is now coming to the UK.
Hosted by The NAV People and performed by Dynamics NAV MVP Luc van Vugt this 2 days training, initiated by Dynamics NAV MVP Mark Brummel, will be held on August 20 and 21, 2015.
I think this should be a mandatory class … developers who have the knowledge of design patterns and common coding practices inherently develop stronger, cleaner code. Michael Hollinger, Harbor Wholesale Foods
An awesome course that covers the best practices of NAV development and application architecture.Sukeev Kailayapathy, Second Foundation
During the workshop, we will reveal all the secrets that are hidden in the Dynamics NAV Source Code. You will get answers to questions like…
To register for this training send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org days workshop for £ 650 / € 900, incl. lunch and training material (excl. VAT).
The course has four, iterative blocks that explain the elements for good software architecture using Design Patterns – Repeatable User Interface, Coding Guidelines, Architectural Principles and Exercises.
Modern UI for Repeatable Software
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Any plans to have it in the Asia?
Mark has already been to Japan, so yes we are (not only) planning that.
Please send me a mail (email@example.com) to discuss more.
5 subscribers already ... who's next?
2 more subscribers in the mean time making it 7 now (max. approx. 12).
will the master class also take place in Germany?
We are working on it. Nothing set yet for DE. However, we have workshops also planned in AT, DK and PL.
For UK 1 subscriber more, making it 8 (of max. 12)
10 attendants for next week. @Paul Burville, unfortunate that you cannot be there. There surely will be a next time.