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Inside Microsoft Dynamics Ax 4.0
     

Inside Microsoft Dynamics Ax 4.0

by Arthur Greef, Michael Fruergaard Pontoppidan, Lars Dragheim Olsen, Michael Fruergaard Pontoppidan, Arthur Greef
 
"Don't flip the bozo bit."
"Get to a known state and stay there."
"When slipping, don't fall."

These practical rules, and many others, are explained in this classic book- now back in print. The original edition of this book preceded "agile" software development and came before "Scrum." In many ways, it was one of the first truly practical, hands-on books about

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"Don't flip the bozo bit."
"Get to a known state and stay there."
"When slipping, don't fall."

These practical rules, and many others, are explained in this classic book- now back in print. The original edition of this book preceded "agile" software development and came before "Scrum." In many ways, it was one of the first truly practical, hands-on books about working with and managing a software development team. In 1996, this was largely uncharted territory: most teams, even at large and mature corporations, were run by seat-of-the-pants methods. Academic resources about development processes were available, but understanding them was hard and applying them in the real world was harder. Dynamics Of Software Development changed the game-and its insights are still relevant in the twenty-first-century world of Web services. Software developers learn the basic dynamics of the development process and the practical rules and best practices for enhancing team efficiency and effectiveness. This new edition includes a DVD of the author's famous "21 Rules" presentation.

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Using Microsoft Dynamics AX 4.0, enterprises can implement sophisticated ERP collaboration across their entire supply chains and gain a deeper end-to-end view of their businesses. Dynamics AX 4.0 represents a powerful opportunity for consultants, developers, and enterprise customers. This book will help them take advantage of it.

Microsoft’s own architects start by illuminating Dynamics’ architecture, components, and development environment. You’ll learn how Dynamics supports the use of business logic and data from multiple systems, and how it leverages Microsoft technologies such as SharePoint and SQL Server.

Next, you’ll walk through designing, developing, customizing, and delivering ERP solutions with Dynamics. The authors go far beyond the basics, introducing advanced forms and reports, and explaining new concepts such as reflection over application metadata. Along the way, they cover everything from performance optimization to migration. Whether you’re deploying Dynamics or simply evaluating it, you need their insights. Bill Camarda, from the September 2006 Read Only

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780735622579
Publisher:
Microsoft Press
Publication date:
08/23/2006
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
544
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.30(d)

Meet the Author

Arthur Greef is a software architect on the Microsoft Dynamics AX team who's been with Microsoft Corporation for more than 15 years.

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