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More about ISEMPTY

I had much second thought about whether I should even blog this one. You know, it so profoundly belongs in the Duh! category that I have actually created the Duh! category specifically for this post.

Now, fasten your seatbelt. I apologize for what you are about to see,  but apparently people do write code as the example below. And I sh*t you not, you can’t really make this crap up, but this is what people do:

IF NOT Cust.ISEMPTY THEN
  REPEAT
    DoSomethingStupid(Cust);
  UNTIL Cust.NEXT = 0;

Wat?

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Better late than never: NAV TechDays 2016 goodies

This year my work got a better of me. For five years in a row I have posted all my demos and materials from NAV TechDays sessions right after them. However, this year, I failed. And I apologize for this.

But, as the saying goes, good things come to those who wait, and here it is – all the materials from my “JavaScript Architecture: Turning Pain into Gain” session are here.

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NAV TechDays 2015 sessions available on Mibuso and YouTube

If you didn’t have a chance to attend NAV TechDays 2015 in Antwerp last month, don’t worry – you won’t miss much, at least as the conference content goes.

As always, Luc has published all the conference content on both Mibuso and YouTube, so you can download it for offline use or watch it online. Either way, it’s all must-see content.

Download from Mibuso: http://mibuso.com/downloads/category/navtechdays2015

Watch at YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeFUrL4JZsOa39TQVmrw2ww

Of course, the first session you’ll want to watch is mine, about client add-ins, so here’s the direct link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCNdJJzI2kw

As I said during the session, I plan to dig deeper into the concepts I explained there, when I find time. And time is so difficult to find, or maybe I am looking at all the wrong places?

The “Life Hack” from today’s Session

And yes, I almost forgot… Somebody (sorry, I didn’t catch the name) asked me to put my life hack on the blog as well, so here it is. For all of you who were not there, I use this as a template for declaring .NET variables – until Microsoft provides means to declare them in a simpler ways. Inline, anyone?

So – download the life hack, or cheat sheet, here: http://vjeko.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Life_Hack_No_1.docx

DEmos from the .NET Interop for Mere Mortals

Thanks to everybody who attended my session today at NAV TechDays 2014 in Antwerp. As promised, here are the goodies from the session. I’ve simply taken the objects and I deliver them here with no explanations or comments – when Luc publishes the sessions and the slide decks on Mibuso, you’ll be able to figure out what’s what. I hope you don’t mind.

I’ve also included my demo from the PRS session today, about the Service Locator pattern. The ZIP file does not include the Visual Studio solution – you can find it in my previous post, that I’ve put here yesterday.

I hope you find these examples useful and that they help you get started with .NET Interop quickly.

Download the files here: http://vjeko.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/NAVTechDays2014.MereMortals.zip.