Training Courses

Increasing Microsoft Dynamics 365 System Performance and Scalability

System performance is a critical non-functional requirement in any application, yet it’s seldom taken into account until after it becomes a problem. The worst thing that can happen after investing months in developing a system is for it to fail after being deployed to users. User feedback and politics can be quite brutal when a system fails to meet expectations and the consequences of a poorly performing system can be severe even to the point people lose their jobs. While system performance is often times looked at as an intangible aspect of application development it’s based on design patterns and distributed system architecture principles that can be addressed.

Advanced Dynamics 365 JavaScript Development Fall 2018

JavaScript development in Dynamics CRM/365 can seem like a daunting proposition when you first get started. Yet being able to manage business automation is a core skill needed on most Dynamics 365 projects. With client-side development, we can accomplish many things that make sense to perform on the client rather than server-side. In this course, Mitch Milam teaches you how to develop and debug client-side JavaScript in your solutions using the Dynamics 365 client API.

Introduction to Scrum for Dynamics 365

This course is for you if you work on Microsoft Dynamics 365 projects, and you’ve heard of Scrum. The course is excellent training if you want to learn the fundamentals of Scrum. You don’t need any prior knowledge of the Scrum framework. This course is ideal if you are implementing Dynamics 365 in your organization. Or work for a Microsoft Dynamics partner implementing Dynamics 365 for your customers. If you’re a project sponsor, project manager, or business analyst. Or if you’re a Microsoft Dynamics 365 consultant, developer or tester. This course is the perfect introduction to Scrum.

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