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Are You Prepared for Changes to Development in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations?


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    Are you prepared to be a developer in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations? Are you aware of the major changes that have taken place within the product? A lot has changed in the world of Dynamics AX development and if you haven't started preparing, you should.

    For a little more background, I put together a blog post that outlines the top 5 things Dynamics AX developers should prepare for in Dynamics 365 for Operations.

    Here are the top 5 areas I recommend digging into:

    1. Visual Studio
    2. Deployment Packages
    3. Extensions
    4. Form Patterns
    5. Introduction of Data Entities

     

    Even if you are familiar with the changes taking place you might be interested in further instruction to help set you up for success in your role. Our team is offering an online training course called Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations Development training. This three-week course covering Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations Development training is held periodically. We also have a two-day What's New for Developers in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. In this online class, you will get a detailed look at the variants of the development experience from Dynamics AX 2009 or Dynamics AX  2012 to Dynamics 365 for Operations.

    Instructions include an overview of the architectural and development features and the tools available in the development environment. This workshop covers the essentials of doing development in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations, including creating tables, classes, forms, and reports, using models, Visual Studio and other fun features.

    Dynamics 365 for Operations Development Training Outline:

    • Visual Studio Overview
    • AX Architecture
    • Data Types and Tables
    • User Interfaces

     

    • Debugging and X++ Control Statements
    • Objects and Classes
    • Accessing the Database
    • Exception Handling
    • Security for Developers

     

    • Working with Data
    • Classes
    • Forms
    • Reports
    • Data Entities

     

    The jump to Dynamics 365 for Operation is more than just an upgrade, take the time and find the resources to educate yourself! You'll be thankful. If you are interested in our developer training, let us know if you have questions or click here to register. 

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