In this session you will get a high-level understanding of the new modern user interface, including proficiency enhancements that your customers will love, and features your developers can take advantage of in your solutions.
The days of “The Beauty Of Simplicity” are over. Our new world is not about surviving, it is about thriving. Business Central brings us more new opportunities than we ever had in the old Navision world.
We will take a look into our crystal ball and see where today’s developers need to change to thrive in the Brave New World. Covering the core of the new technologies with a very broad brush, we will give you an insight into the skills you must have to survive, and the skills that will set you apart from the crowd to build your successful future.
For the dinosaurs, we will discuss the catch up and how to leverage your experience. For the new blood, we will offer suggestions to help you to decide where to fit in the new Business Central EcoSphere. The focus will be the future, not lamenting the past. This is a time to plant seeds to grow.
IDYN sponsor presentation
Speaker: Koos Splinter
Let’s face it, source-code customization is not an extensibility friendly way to do customizations. Extensions is the preferred way, since it is both upgrade friendly, allows co-existence with other extensions and has capabilities to be published for others to uptake. In this session you will hear about our application, where we are taking it, how we design for extensibility, how to handle .NET, how we think about componentization, possible localizations done by extensions and how to extend and make your own code extensible. You will also learn how to publish your extensions both internally and externally, the processes and tools.
It all starts with a change requirement. And another one, followed by yet another one. And please, make it quick… Eventually this results in a new version of your product running for many end users. How do you make sure you can deliver quickly and keeping up the quality of the product at the same time? That’s what Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery is about. We will discuss what CI/CD means and show real life implementations how to achieve this with Business Central.
MobileNAV sponsor presentation
Speaker: Tibor Major
Simplanova sponsor presentation
Speaker: Domas Zimkus
You are probably familiar with the “viral sign-up” for Business Central (https://trials.dynamics.com), and maybe you have also sold Business Central through the Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program.
But do you know what actually happens when you go to https://businesscentral.dynamics.com? The first time you go there, and subsequent times? How and where is your “BC database” created, and when does it get deleted again, if ever?
In this session, we will cover:
All presented using words, pictures, and demos.
It is our goal that you leave this session with:
In this session you will see demos and implementation details of real life scenarios and best practices for using NAV/BC on Docker. The scenarios covered are:
Tools4ERP sponsor presentation
Speaker: Jesper Kenborg
Alexander Ermakov (@Alex_Ermakov)
Daniel Rimmelzwaan (@drimmelzwaan)