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Fundamentals of Application Lifecycle Management

We have heard Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) a lot.  What does it mean and how can we apply this in our daily life? How do you develop your software. Let’s educate ourself about this best practice and let’s hope we can apply this in AX development world.


Would you like to see how a productive, effective, and successful (real-world!) software development team works, from code to customer? Watch Northwest Cadence experts Steven Borg and James Tupper as they focus on getting to production faster, creating quality software, and understanding the big picture, in this in-depth, demo-rich, and end-to-end look at application lifecycle management (ALM), including prioritization, commitment, implementation, deployment, testing, and (finally) release.

Find out how to deliver high-quality code in fast delivery cycles, get continuous feedback from customers to guide future features, learn the language you need to “have the helpful conversation” with management, and make design and process decisions so that last test validation becomes a mere formality. From DevOps and continuous delivery, to quality and project management (both general reporting and day-to-day prioritization), with process artifacts made by Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio Online, this course is jam-packed with practical details and tips you can take back to your team right away.


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Posted by on April 21, 2015 in Development


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Clash of the Titans 2014: An Independent Comparison of SAP, Oracle and Microsoft Dynamics

This is an interesting report that Panorama Consulting Solutions put together


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Clash of the Titans 2014: An Independent Comparison of SAP, Oracle and Microsoft Dynamics


Posted by on November 12, 2014 in General


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Delta – Another success story

Delta Air Lines is offering a new, in-flight customer experience. Designed and developed on the Microsoft Dynamics for Retail mobile point-of-sale platform and running on Nokia Lumia devices powered by Windows Phone 8, flight crews can now create a seamless, connected experience for travelers.

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Posted by on April 24, 2014 in Articles


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