Business Central is a great system, but there are some quirks. AL as a language reflects that with a very odd duality.
For those of you who haven't watched our It's Not a Sprint last week, one of the new things due to come out is our new Code Samples library. Good news: it's already live! We have two libraries that will grow and grow, for the Bronze Patrons and the Silver Patrons. What you can expect … Continue reading Patreon!
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is an interesting product with a challenge. Most people have heard of Microsoft, a sizeable amount of people have heard of Dynamics, but very few people who don't use or work with Business Central have heard of it. The rename from Navision or NAV also changed the playing field. .ugb-3410263 … Continue reading Business Central: The Career You’ve Never Heard Of
Are Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Online Licenses Concurrent?No. They are not. Read more in our License Guide.
Looking for a basic, easy-to-understand guide to licensing Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, either Cloud/SaaS or On Premise? This post explains key concepts.
When you're about to start using Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, it's hard to know what to do. This eBook could just be your key guide.
We're happy to say that the DynamicsCon 2021 session about Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central that Jeremy presented, the "Voyage through the BC Information Archipelago", is now available on YouTube! You can watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3H1N7k7hja0 You'll find all the resources highlighted in this video are available on our link map! Archipelago Map If you … Continue reading DynamicsCon 2021 Session Now Available!
Today, Jeremy will be speaking at the DynamicsCon 2021 Session, "Voyage through the BC Archipelago". When it's on YouTube after the event, we'll make sure to have a link here. But, all the resources from the talk are available on the Map right away! Edit: It's live! Watch!
The DynamicsCon held online this past fall was full of rich Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central content (all still online). Well, the next one is already in March! And it was so popular, this time it'll be 3 days of 6 sessions per track. The voting is already opened up, so go help shape which … Continue reading DynamicsCon Spring 2021: Voting Open!
"What is available for this item?" is a simple question. Dangerously simple! Why? Because the definition of "Available" varies significantly.