During the Preview Technical Conference the according PM already announced that the Wiki for The New Microsoft Dynamics AX will be opened for the public when the application itself gets into public preview state, too. Until yesterday it was only accessible with a valid user and a password which is not the case anymore so it seems like it just happened!
That means YOU are able to access it already!
Again I use mfp’s two cents as inspiration for this blog entry and detail things a little. He showed some subscription and explained that subscriptions now do not force you to modify the publisher of the event anymore. For example, in AX 2012 you had to add a post event to a method and use its properties to tell which method of which class is the subscriber. As mfp points out this has changed by the move to attribute-driven subscriptions. I would like to add the types of events you can subscribe to plus tell you how easy it is to use Visual Studio to define new subscriptions and how existing subscriptions can be found.
These days the veil is being lifted at Convergence in Barcelona for the upcoming release of AX. This is the cue to bloggers to start spreading the word: AX7 is coming!
This is what Microsoft’s Michael Fruergaard Pontoppidan (aka mfp) stated a week ago to kick off his series about the cool new language features of X++ which is now a first-class citizen of the .NET world. Do not miss what he comes out with on a daily basis (mfp’s two cents). If you didn’t know about his exciting sharings you probably would have earlier if you followed my twitter account 😉
Since this is kind of a transition of this blog from AX 2012 to The New Microsoft Dynamics AX – which I still prefer to call AX7 which should be OK because that actually is the version of the release (I got rid of the old codename Rainier quicker) – I would like to go a little further afield before I show you a little something.
There were a lot of news in the last couple of days and so I thought it might be time for a round-up to give an overview on the most important.
Today Satya Nadella announced two new German data centers for cloud services in Berlin. They’re expected to be available in the second half of 2016 with the ability to provide Azure, Office 365 and CRM Online (source). Since it is commonly known that the upcoming release of AX, Microsoft Dynamics ‘AX 7’, will follow Microsoft’s mantra Mobile first, cloud first and come along with the ability to run in the cloud, this is very important news for partners, customers and prospects in Germany!
Microsoft recently announced the dates for the upcoming Dynamics Technical Conference. It takes place February 23 – 25, 2016 in Seattle.