Those of you who know me, know that a big part of what I do is delivering talks at conferences. Talks, workshops, demos, that kind of stuff. More often than not, quite a lot of time goes into preparation of demos and labs, and also more often than not, the stuff that I prepare just remains in the digital piles of my Dropbox, and fades into oblivion.
For three events this year (two Red Carpet events, and one Directions event) I’ve had a chance to prepare some demos and hands-ons around AI and Business Central, covering both what comes out of the box, and custom integration with things that are not a part of the standard.
Today, my MVP friend Dmitry Katson asked me if I could share with him the hands-ons I prepared. And so I thought – why not just share it with everyone? So, here it goes:
I’ve put all of the stuff I prepared in this GitHub repo, so if you want to play around with this a little bit, you’re welcome.
Probably the most important stuff there is the hands-on exercises (you’ll have them both in PDF and Word format) with (if my memory serves me well) more than 100 of pages of hands-on stuff, that took me quite a while to prepare, test, and write up. Some of it is not up-to-date, because the Azure tools used to manage that stuff changes daily, but you should be able to complete most of those exercises without any issues.
There. Done. I hope you can find any use of this. If not, just yell at me here and tell me how useless I’ve become
See you soon at Directions and TechDays!