Friday, September 25, 2015

Microsoft - New Links Worth To Look

Hi All,

As there are so many products updated Version are being released for so many Microsoft products.

Below are some Links which are worth to have a look with respect to NAV Ecosystem.

These links are part of the ecosystem that we use for Microsoft Dynamics NAV like Visual Studio, Azure...

With Every New Microsoft Dynamics NAV release we are getting strongly tied up with other technologies like discussed below.

As per my understanding we should keep ourselves updated about the related technologies and new Operating System. We use most of them during our day to day NAV assignments.

1. Blog by Steve “Guggs” Guggenheimer on self-driving ERP
We’re on the road to self-driving business applications

2. Detail the process of moving from Visual Studio 2013 to Visual Studio 2015
Moving to VS 2015 from VS 2013

3. Download any Visual Studio skus, including VS 2015     
Developer Tools Download

4. Blog on the integration with Git       
Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio Online

5. A free two day technical training event for IT Professionals and Developers that provides best practices and insight from those who run cloud services across Office 365, Micros oft Azure, and Windows 10.     
Announcing the Microsoft Cloud Roadshow

6. Join Live Q&As and interact with the architects and engineers who are building the latest features…         
AzureCon – September 29th Event

7. Building creative solutions using Microsoft technologies.
Developer Interview Series #1 - The Power of Cross Platform Development with Universal Apps and Xamarin

8. The OS is doing some clever optimizations that allow your processes to trim some of the memory but not necessarily page it out to disk.
Memory Compression in Windows 10 RTM

9. The latest Windows 10 developer training contents     
A Developer’s Guide to Windows 10

10. All the info developers may need to write apps

11. The unified Dev Center introduced several new options to manage the visibility of apps and in-app purchase.     
Managing hidden apps, beta apps and visibility of in-app purchases in Dev Center

Hope you find the information useful.

Saurav Dhyani

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