The two questions I’m asked most often is what’s the best way to learn Dynamics and how do I get a job with Microsoft? Let’s address the first question and we’ll talk about the second one after you’ve become a Dynamics Jedi master. When someone asks me how I learned my usual response is “the hard way”. These days the amount of content available is much more significant than it once was back in the day, but at the same time, there is significantly more to learn. This is a basic perspective of how I look at education and knowledge maintenance efforts.
In this episode, we discuss the System Partitioning Strategy and the challenges of managing global deployment scenarios. As the number of enterprise customers adopting Dynamics grows, we’re beginning to see an increased number of large-scale global system deployments. In order to accommodate geographically distributed users, we need to consider system architecture strategies that can meet the performance expectations of business stakeholders and users.
I was listening to Neil Benson’s Scrum Dynamics podcast on implementing Dynamics 365 using Scrum on my way to the office this morning. I started to recant my own project experiences over the past several years and the challenges I’ve faced. Neil made some interesting points and I thought it would be nice to augment his content with some stories of personal experiences I’ve had using Scrum on my own projects.
When integrating data with Dynamics 365 and other business applications, your integration methods and design choices can have a significant impact on your system performance. In this episode, Stephan Smith and Joel Lindstrom talk with Tim Huemmer about integration performance best practices. Tim is a Development Principal focused on integrations, and has ten years of Dynamics 365 integration experience.
In this performance episode (brought to you by KingswaySoft), Stephan Smith and Joel Lindstrom talk about the performance impact of workflow in your Dynamics 365 deployment.
As your Dynamics 365 environment grows, performance can be a challenge. Stephen Smith has worked on multiple very large Dynamics deployments, and in this episode, he talks about concurrent user and process issues that can arise in very large deployments and how to avoid them.
The status subsystem is a feature in the Dynamics platform that is often overlooked or at least often thought of as insignificant functionality that comes out of the box on every entity. Customizers have varying perspectives on how they ultimately… Read More ›