Tips and tricks for developing Extensions 2.0, Hands-on
Date: Tuesday, October 2, 2018| From: 3:15 PM to 5:00 PM | Room: Conference 3A + 3B
During this hands-on lab, you will experience some tips and tricks regarding development for apps. Discover how to get more out of the AL language, like "dependencies", "testability", debugging and more... Note: This 2 hour workshop requires your active participation. You will have to bring your laptop - we will ensure you have a training environment with everything you need.
Name: Eric Wauters
Company name: Cloud Ready Software & iFacto
Job title: CTO
Bio: Eric (waldo) is one of the founding partners of iFacto Business Solutions and Cloud Ready Software. With his 18 years of technical expertise, he is an everyday inspiration to its development teams. As development manager he continually acts upon the technical readiness of iFacto and CRS. Apart from that, Eric is also very active in NAV community, where he tries to solve technical issues and shares his knowledge with other Dynamics enthusiasts. Surely, a lot amongst you will have read some of Eric’s posts, which he invariably signs with “waldo”. Lots of people have been using and even contributing to tools waldo shares for free on github. His proven track record entitled him to be awarded since 2007 as MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional).
Name: Esben Nyhuus Kristoffersen
Company name: Microsoft
Job title: Principal Software Development Engineer
Bio: Esben joined Microsoft in 2003 as a Senior Software Development Engineer working on Microsoft Business Framework (MBF) and later Fenway. He moved to the Dynamics NAV team in 2006. Before joining Microsoft Esben had his own software company that developed project/time management software for Time/system International and later a combined POS and online reservation system for bowling centers. Today Esben is a Principal Architect on the Business Central team. Esben has been a part of the team behind the new developer tools from the inception.