Every once in a while, I see some questions on the Business Center forum about what the Team Members license can do. So in this post I would like to share some info about Dynamics 365 Business Central Team Members license.
Tag Archives: Team
Developing Business Central Extensions/Apps in Team
I picked up a new challenge these days: for one of our (quite big) customers, we need to develop a solution, based on extensions. In short: ready for the future, easy to upgrade. When I would explain the case in a paragraph, you’d say “this is not NAV”, although when you would really look deep into it, it’s ideal for an Extension-scenario, obviously in combination with Business Central.
NAV ALM with Team Foundation Server | A Day in the Life of …
After our exploratory talk a couple of weeks ago, I was booked for yesterday by a Dutch NAV partner to help them out on their first steps ‘into’ TFS. Using Visual Studio Online we did setup a collection and a team project , drafted and implemented a branch structure and discussed the use of work items in relation to code check-ins and scrum methodology.
NAV ALM with Team Foundation Server | Merge Strategy
With my branch strategy post, I have provided you with a basis to design a source control structure to store your code in TFS. However, this is just half the story when it comes to how to keep the various branches in sync to the right extend. So here comes in the merge part of the strategy, i.e. the “what about all those FI and RI arrows going up and down?” question I left hanging in the air at the end of my branch strategy post.
NAV ALM with Team Foundation Server | Branch Strategy
So after my manifold “pledge” to go there and start today you might have been playing around with TFS. You did put your code there and started to update it with bug fixes and code enhancements. Great, but then you might have wondered: how does this all relate to the NAV production environment you’re working in daily? How does this relate to the DTAP paradigm? Here is where the branch strategy comes in and which I am going to elaborate on in this post.
Team Effectiveness Assessment
Teamwork has a dramatic affect on organizational performance. An effective team can help an organization achieve incredible results. A team that is not working can cause unnecessary disruption, failed delivery and strategic failure.
Developer Isolation and Team Development
Software development is a team task, meaning there are multiple people are working on a same code-base which collectively results in a piece of software or functionality. What if we share common runtimes and also common code-base?