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We are offering a range of training classes and workshops, both on-site and on-line. Trainings can be tailored for the specific needs of your team. To request a customized training, please contact us, so that we can arrange the details.

Currently Offered Trainings and Workshops

Description Duration Audience More Info
Microsoft Dynamics NAV .NET Interoperability 101 2 days Developers / Architects / Administrators This a two day course on .NET Framework and how it integrates into Dynamics NAV platform. Dynamics NAV .NET interoperability allows you to take advantage of a powerful development framework from within NAV, readily available for all implementations. The .NET framework replaces Automation/OCX technologies that were used in the classic Dynamics NAV versions and goes well above and beyond what you could do with them, in a much more future-proof way.
NAV 2016-2017 What's New - Technical 2 days Developers / Architects / Administrators This workshop was made for those seeking to catch up with the latest updates to the Dynamics NAV platform and development environment. With the new versions being released every year, it's hard to keep track of everything that is happening with NAV world; this is a "crash course" to get you up to speed.
C/Side Solution Development in NAV 2017 5 days Developers / Architects This is a workshop tailored to match official Microsoft Dynamics NAV certification path for development. The topics follow the certification requirements and are done in line with official documentation. Although the official certification by Microsoft was discontinued, the course is probably the most comprehensive development course for developers with 1 to 2 years of experience.


Coming soon! - "Developing Extensions 2.0 for Dynamics NAV"
We are busy preparing a new technical course on the Extensions v2.0 model for Dynamics NAV. We are aiming to go live with the course together with Dynamics NAV 2018 R2 release in the Autumn of 2018.


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