16 & 17 november 2017
Antwerp (Belgium)


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Soren Klemmensen


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Development Manager

Soren has 17 years of experience with developing and designing Microsoft Dynamics NAV solutions from Denmark, Belgium & Canada. He worked for Navision BeLux & Microsoft EMEA for 5 years, based in Belgium.

He is a strong advocate for Agile Development, Source Code Management and the initiatives done by the Partner Ready Software group including the documentation of NAV Design Patterns.

Hosted sessions

Source Code Management with Visual Studio Code Made Easy
Room 5

Source Code Management has long been a recurring topic and still many don’t do it. The main reason being that getting started is hard, so we made it easy.

Using Visual Studio Code and our own extension for VS Code rolling out Source Code Management to a development team has never been easier. Leveraging the amazing power of the light weight VS Code editor, its ability to run PowerShell Scripts and native integration to Git Repositories getting started has never been any easier. Using VS Code also brings familiarity to your team with the new editor for extension “v2” development in Dynamics NAV.

Bring your team to the next level and join Jens Rasmus Rasmussen and Soren Klemmensen as they introduce us to the world of Git and Source Code Management in Visual Studio Code for Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

Source Code Management simplified
Conference Hotel

Would you like to get your Dynamics NAV development started with Source Code Management, but don’t know how? Than this is a training for you.

Learn everything you need to get started with ease. Understand the different options available to you and what benefits and down sides they might have. Get practical hands on experience with setting GIT up and getting started. Walk away with the PowerShell scripts and/or tools you need to make your organization ready for the next step.

Source Code Management require discipline or process to avoid mishaps. Learn what you need to do to avoid issues and ensure an easy transition to a new way of managing your code with minimum impact.

The benefits are many, but there are a 1000 different things you can do wrong. Learn from someone that has made all the mistakes.

Workshop date: Tuesday 14 November or Wednesday 15 November. This is a one day workshop.

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