If you are in the neighborhood and can spare a morning, you are most welcome at Microsoft Developer Center Copenhagen for a TechTalk by Brian Rasmussen. It is free – but remember to sign up.
The goal of the Roslyn project is not only to deliver the next generation C# and Visual Basic compilers and language services. Roslyn also provides a rich set of APIs for interacting with the entire compiler pipeline and data model. The Roslyn APIs make parsing source code, querying semantic information, analyzing data and control flows as well as scripting easy. In this talk we look at several examples of how to use the APIs to enhance tools and applications.
About Brian Rasmussen
Brian is a Senior SDET at Microsoft working on the next generation C# and Visual Basic language services in Roslyn. Before joining Microsoft Brian was a Microsoft MVP for Visual C# for four years. Brian is blogging on the C# FAQ (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/csharpfaq/) and can be found on Twitter (@kodehoved).
When: May 24, 2012 at 09.30 – 10.30
Where: Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen, Frydenlunds Alle 6, 2950 Vedbaek
Sign up: Here
Like previous releases Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 provides a model driven development platform. It enables us developers to create a business application using predefined types of building blocks (aka. concepts) – each targeted a specific purpose. To be an effective X++ developer you need to know the building blocks and how they relate.
What is new in the meta model for AX 2012? Quite a lot – here is a short summary:
The diagram below shows the most common relationships between concepts. Each arrow should be read as “using”. For example:
I have printed the below diagram, and pinned it to a wall in my office. It serves me as a reference when I navigate the new areas of AX 2012. I hope it can do the same for you.
Click the image for a larger version
You might also want to look at the meta model for AX 4
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Two AX technical conferences two within one year! What a treat! And this time in the beautiful surroundings of southern France. I can hardly wait. The first technical conference this year was in January in Redmond. If you missed it, this is your chance – if you are unsure if it is worthwhile, here are my posts from the January event – trying to capture the atmosphere and depth of the knowledge shared:
This time I’ll be presenting Models and MorphX improvements, such as the new X++ editor.
I hope to see you there.
Make sure to visit http://dynamicbusiness.microsoft.com for the new fireside chat videos on the Microsoft Dynamics vision.
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Monday morning Microsoft opens the doors for the EMEA Technical Conference focusing on Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 in Nice in southern France. The weather forecast is good, the scenery is perfect and the country well-known for its culinary offerings and hospitality. But the excitement next week is elsewhere. I’m going to stay indoors, meet with friends, partners, customers and other AX aficionados. I’m going to be part of the excitement of Dynamics AX 2012. I hope you are too?
Thank you for attending Microsoft Dynamics AX EMEA Technical Conference 2011.
I was given the privileges of presenting two sets of features that the Developer and Partners Tools team has been building in this release: Models and new features in MorphX. In the latter breakout Pawel Kruk gave us a deep-dive into the TFS integration with MorphX.
If you’d like to learn more about models, here is a great place to start: AX models - Part 1 - Deploying models
If you’d like to see some of the demos presented – they are just a click away:
I had a great conference – I hope you did too?
Models, XPOs, Model store files, signing, uninstall, metadata, compilation, IL, move between environments – are you on top of them all?
If not, here is a very useful whitepaper: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=26571