TicTacToe challenge winner announcement
In my last post I announced a challenge: the first pull request on my TicTacToe for AL GitHub repository that contains a properly written event handler [...]
A couple of AL controladdin demos – Google Maps and Tic Tac Toe
As a part of preparation for my last event of this year that concludes the conference season 2017 for me, I played around with the latest addition to the [...]
Trust me – it works! NAV TechDays 2017 Wrap-up
Another NAV TechDays are behind us, and as always, this one was a blast, too. So many people, so much enthusiasm, such great energy and positive vibe, no [...]
Invoking Azure Functions from AL recording available
The “Invoking Azure Functions from AL using Visual Studio Code” webinar is over, and it was a pleasure delivering it for you, folks. There were [...]
Webinar: Invoking Azure Functions from AL in Visual Studio Code
Long time, no see, eh? Life and work sometimes kick in and that’s exactly what they did to me recently. I am not complaining, but I would have been [...]
Invoking Azure Functions from AL
One elegant way of replacing your .NET interoperability code with something else is by using Azure Functions. Sounds good in theory, but what does it take [...]
State of .NET Affairs
I said a word or two about progress last week. Apparently, VS Code is not the only place where we take a small step back to be able to make a huge leap [...]
Is Visual Studio Code really an improvement
Progress often doesn’t look like progress at all when it first arrives. When on July 3, 1886, Daimler Benz presented his first car, it had a 0.75 [...]
More about ISEMPTY
I had much second thought about whether I should even blog this one. You know, it so profoundly belongs in the Duh! category that I have actually created [...]
When you just must COUNT, no matter what
I started with blogging about COUNT = 0 situation. Then I followed it with COUNT = 1. So, let’s do a COUNT = 2 today. No, no, I am just kidding, [...]