Over the years, this blog has been about many different things related to software development with Microsoft technologies. Since my current role focuses on Dynamics CRM / XRM, that's what it's primarily about right now.
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Getting started with the CRM 2011 Windows Store app sample
UPDATE (18APR2013): Updated AuthenticateAsync() extension method to handle both IFD and CRM Online authentication. Now, the code in HelloCRM will work regardless of whether you point it to an IFD or CRM Online Organization Service. All you have to do is pass in the appropriate username/password...
1 Dec 2012
UPDATED SAMPLE: CRM 2011 Windows Store App OData helper
I worked with a partner, EastBanc Technologies , who used the approach I blogged about here and here to build a Windows Store App for a Dynamics CRM solution. The folks at EastBanc Technologies found some bugs. We worked together to fix the bugs and they were gracious enough to let me share...
17 Sep 2012
UPDATED SAMPLE: CRM 2011 Metro style OData helper
I’ve updated the sample I started here by implementing Create Update and Delete methods. The library is still not complete or well tested, but it is at least a head start to building a CRUD capable Windows 8 Metro style application using the CRM 2011 OData (aka Organization Data) service. ...
17 Jun 2012
Using the CRM 2011 OData service from a Metro style app
UPDATE: Fixed a few bugs in the downloadable sample including one where it wouldn’t work in Office 365 based CRM Online subscriptions. Edited some text in the post for clarity. UPDATE2: Added some text about how to get this working for Windows Authentication. UPDATE3: I've just blogged about...
10 Jun 2012
Getting a more Metro-like desktop
So I made the leap. I am using the Windows 8 Consumer Preview as my primary laptop. Given that I use a number of Hyper-V VMs, I am really diggin the Client Hyper-V feature of Windows 8. No more reboot, boot to my Win2k8R2 base OS, spin up my VHD. Now I can spin it up right from...
6 Mar 2012
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