NAV TechDays 2014 Pre-conference goodies

NAV TechDays 2014 Pre-conference goodies

So, NAV TechDays 2014 have started, again, with the pre-conference sessions that were all sold out and packed full.

Today I had an extraordinary pleasure to teach the advanced .NET Interoperability concepts to 15 people that came from all over the world, from Brazil to Australia. It was an interesting workshop, challenging – I must say (thanks to Rafael who made me improvise a solution to a typical DotNet limitation), and I am looking forward to delivering two more sessions about .NET and Control Add-ins tomorrow, and on Friday.

As promised, I am making the materials from the presentation available for the download, in case you want to learn the same stuff the attendees learned today.

Since I really don’t have much time available right now, I am providing this as-is, with no explanation or instructions. There is a zip file, which includes the following content:

  • The presentation slide deck
  • All NAV examples in C/AL, as NAV 2015 Object (*.FOB) file
  • All .NET examples in C#, as a Visual Studio Solution

You can find the files here: NAVTechDays2014_Preconference.zip

Enjoy the conference, and see you around!

Vjeko

Vjeko has been writing code for living since 1995, and he has shared his knowledge and experience in presentations, articles, blogs, and elsewhere since 2002. Hopelessly curious, passionate about technology, avid language learner no matter human or computer.

This Post Has 8 Comments

    1. Vjeko

      @Rafael: Thanks!
      @Peter: I promised, didn’t I? 😉

  1. Rafael Rezende

    Hey, that was a very nice session! Thanks!

  2. Krisje Jordaens

    Tx for the great session and all the goodies, now let’s play with it !

    1. Vjeko

      Thanks, Krisje! Good luck with it and let me know if you need any help.

  3. I cannot download your zip, Maybe the download link is broken? It links tp ttp://vejko…
    Thanks for your Server extention sessio yesterday, i got some new ideas about it

    1. Vjeko

      Thanks! I’ve fixed the link.

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