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TEC63 - Integration Design Patterns

Tuesday, April 24
16:00 - 17:00
Room: Liffey A

Format: Presentation
Level: Advanced

There are many ways how to integrate software systems. In this session, I will show some of them and I will discuss what you should take into account when designing your integration.
It will be about concepts and patterns; it won’t be limited to particular products or frameworks (although there will be some concrete examples).




Tommy Skaue

CTO
Axdata

Tommy Skaue started working with Dynamics AX in January 2009. He has a background as a .Net developer working with developing solutions for Web based applications. He started sharing his experience with AX in his blog and participated in the AX community. In 2013 he was awarded as Microsoft MVP for his contributions to the community and has kept that title since. He is pationate about sharing his knowledge and thrives working with Dynamics AX. More recently his tasks has been move evolved around the ITPro realm and while he still does some development he spends most his time with installation, configuration and optimizing installations of Dynamics AX.

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Martin Drab

Software Architect
freelancer

Martin Dráb is a software architect and developer. He's a veteran of Dynamics AX / Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations (working with it for past thirteen years); he even delivers Advanced Developer Workshops for Microsoft.
He also develops in .NET, helps companies set up ALM, mentor developers and so on.
He's a Microsoft MVP and you can often run into him in discussion forums about Dynamics AX and Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.

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