Webcast: .Net for X++ programmers
I will do a short Webcast about .Net basics for X++ developers which is based on the articles I posted here recently. During 1 hour I’ll talk about the basics of .Net and how to do’s. If you are a X++ programmer and you are new to .Net, this Webcast might interest you. The Webcast take place on Tuesday April 2nd 2009 at 16:00 GMT+1.
Update: I'll publish the registration link as soon as it will be available. This should be done in the next few days.
Update: Here are the missing information:
Course Name: .net Programming for Dynamics AX developers
ABOUT THE TOPIC:
- What’s .Net:
o The CLR, BCL and FCL
o Managed code, unsafe code and managed code.
o C#, CIL (aka MSIL) and JIT
o The assembly and signing assemblies
- .Net running in 32bit and 64bit
- .Net with X++
- Calling X++ with .Net
- Best practices and anti-pattern
Delegates can book their places on this webcast via the Microsoft Partner Learning Centre using a .NET passport/ Windows Live ID on:
DATES & TIMES: April 2, 2009: 4:00pm – 5:00pm CET (GMT+1), 1 hour
LOCATION: Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 (upon registration you will receive login details).
DELIVERY LANGUAGE: This session will be presented in English.