Now, ten days after a succesful NAV TechDays 2016, it is time to write a short recap.

NAV TechDays 2016

As usual I met with a lot of old friends and managed to gain new ones.  Had a great time.  I hosted a workshops on extending the Data Exchange Framework on Thuesday and Wednesday.  It looks like I am the only one in my MVP group to have dug deep into that functionality.  Huge thanks to the people who attended.  I always learn a lot from you guys.

On Thursday morning I had my first NAV TechDays session.  I talked about migrating to events.  I had a blast!

Luc has the video on Mibuso, so if you missed it or just want to relive the moment, go ahead and watch or download.

You can also watch the slides right here.  I have notes on most of my slides to better explain what I was thinking.

On Friday morning Soren presented Source Control.  There he talked about an initiative that Kamil and me started – to make Source Control available for every NAV developer.  Soren jumped on board and we can expect more to join.  On that note I have created my GitHub account where everyone can download the stuff that I publish.

I have published the presentations and objects to GitHub for everyone to play with.  What you download and do with it is on your own responsibility.

p.s. the NAV TechDays photo album is right here to browse through.

4 thoughts on “NAVTechDays 2016

  1. Jonas Andersen says:

    Is Microsoft okay with partners publishing the sourcecode of Microsoft Dynamics NAV?
    I can understand when/if you publish some of your own stuff (like the source control scripts/tips), but I’m unsure about the actual objects.

    1. Hi Jonas
      I believe Microsoft is okay with that. The source code of Microsoft Dynamics NAV is open for everyone. I guess they will let me know if I need to change this.

  2. Kevin says:

    Hi Gunnar, Soren’s demo that he showed with Source Tree was incredible. I want to implement that setup in a similar fashion as well. We have a large ISV and to many conflicts to handle without SCM, however, when I go to your Github there is only a stub of a project, but no code/scripts within. Is this something that is still in the works and is unavailable or is it never going to be publicly available? Thanks!

    1. Hi Kevin

      Thank you for your interest. I had planned to make this public in cooperation with Soren and Kamil. That has not worked out. Everyone been to busy. Hopefully this will be available.

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