Hi Guys, a new book is available: “Building ERP Solutions with Microsoft Dynamics NAV”,by Stefano Demiliani (Author) and Duilio Tacconi (Reviewer).
… I spoke yesterday with these 2 guys (my colleagues and friends) during a workshop about “New Modern Development Experience“, i didn’t know that today would be released the book .. i thought later… but today Amazon quickly provided me a copy (ebook) for review, i will read in next days….
About This Book
Integrate NAV with various offerings of the Microsoft stack to create enterprise-ready and service-oriented solutions
Use Power BI and Universal Windows Platform for effective data analysis and real-time tracking with NAV
Discover the services offered by Microsoft Azure and implement them in different industries using real-world case scenarios
This Book is for
“This book is for NAV developers and solution architects who need to implement real-world enterprise solutions based on Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Knowledge of the NAV programming language (C/AL) and C# language is recommended. Knowledge of ASP.NET and Visual Studio development would help, but is not necessary.”.
Many ask in the forum about books\ebooks\kindles on Dynamics NAV 2017; actually there are no books on Dynamics NAV 2017 (…the same for Dynamics 365 Business Edition), many books have been updated at least to Dynamics NAV 2016.
Good News: “New books on Dynamics NAV will be released soon”.
Below you can find the title and release date of each book, i must point them, the upcoming books look very interesting !
You can find books on Amazon or on PacktPub (also from other sites)
Introducing Microsoft Power BI is a book that covers the basics of the tool and, at the same time, shows you what the main capabilities of Power BI are. The first chapters are similar to a step-by-step guide to start using the service, but the goal is also to show you all available features and the business scenarios covered by them.
This book is targeted to a variety of readers. There are information workers and people who are totally new to the BI world. For those readers, the book acts as a simple introduction to the concepts that are the foundation of BI. Yet, another target category is that of IT professionals and database administrators who might need to drive the decisions of the company in adopting Power BI, because their users are asking for it. For them, this book acts as both a simple introduction to the basic concepts, explaining why users are so interested in Power BI, and as an overview of the capabilities and tools available in Power BI, so that readers can make educated choices in adopting it.
PACKT Publishing Merry Christmas Skill Up Campaign – $5 ebooks
“Packt’s $5 sale starts today and would run up till 6th Jan 2016. We will be offering our customers ebook/videos for $5 each.”
You can find some good NAV Titles ex: “Learning Dynamics NAV Patterns“, “Programming Microsoft Dynamics™ NAV 2015” , “Dynamics NAV 2015 Professional Reporting” and others nice NAV ebooks … only for $5 each one !!!!
“Microsoft Future Visions: Where fact and fiction collide“
These visionary stories explore prediction science, quantum computing, real-time translation, machine learning, and much more.
Future Visions: Original Science Fiction Inspired by Microsoft is an anthology of new short work from some of the greatest science fiction writers in the field. These visionary stories explore prediction science, quantum computing, real-time translation, machine learning, and much more. The authors used inside access to leading-edge work from Microsoft Research as inspiration, crafting pieces that predict the near-future of technology%mdash;and examine its complex relationship to our core humanity.
Future Visions features contributions from:
Robert J. Sawyer
…along with a short graphic novel by Blue Delliquanti and Michele Rosenthal, plus original illustrations by Joey Camacho.
These are some of today’s most visionary creators—and they’ve joined together to give us a preview of tomorrow.
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Available at these eBook sites:
“The NAV Design Patterns project that started at Microsoft in July 2012. After a while, we opened up to external C/AL developers, who joined the authors in writing patterns. If you have a pattern proposal, here is what to do. Hoping this work will bring value to you.”
Bogdana Botez drives, from the Microsoft side, an initiative to name and expose reusable design patterns in the NAV application code.
– Eric Wauters (Waldo)
– Gary Winter
– Mark Brummel
– Mike Doster
– Søren Klemmensen