Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Virtual Event, June 3rd, 2020

It was quite expected, I guess.  After all the cancellations of Business Central conferences, like NAVTechDays, Directions, Days of Knowledge, .. , Microsoft announced today that they will host a first “Virtual Conference” called “Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Virtual Event” and it will be held on June 3rd, 2020.

The content will be 16 pre-recorded sessions that will be available (on-demand) for 12 months:

  • What’s new: Dynamics 365 Business Central modern clients – part 1
  • What’s new: Dynamics 365 Business Central modern clients – part 2
  • What’s new: Visual Studio code and AL language
  • Managing access in Dynamics 365 Business Central online
  • Managing customer environments in Dynamics 365 Business Central online
  • What’s new: Dynamics 365 Business Central application
  • Overview: Dynamics 365 Business Central and Common Data Service integration
  • Interfaces and extensibility: Writing extensible and change-resilient code
  • Dynamics 365 Business Central: How to avoid breaking changes
  • What’s new: Dynamics 365 Business Central Server and Database
  • Dynamics 365 Business Central: Coding for performance
  • Deep dive: Partner telemetry in Azure Application Insights
  • Dynamics 365 Business Central: How to migrate your data from on-premises to online
  • Migrating data from Dynamics GP to Dynamics 365 Business Central online
  • Dynamics 365 Business Central: Your latest demo tools and resources
  • Introducing SmartList Designer for Business Central (this session will be published later – expected in July)

I have no idea what het user experience will be for a conference like this – but let’s find out and register here: https://aka.ms/virtual/businesscentral/2020RW1

And mark your agenda: June 3rd, 2020!

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