Microsoft announced at Directions ASIA that C/AL will be ceased in the next major release in autumn 2019. To celebrate the final days of C/AL, I’ve set myself the challenge to realize a Machine Learning Model within C/AL. And yes, it was possible!
Machine Learning is everywhere. It does promise a bright future with auto-pilots and self-driving cars. And it brings nightmares with facial recognition and self-fulfilling prophecies. But because Dynamics NAV and Business Central are straight business, let’s keep things easy and have a look at Machine Learning applications, which Microsoft integrates into NAV 2017, NAV 2018 and Business Central.
I’ve teamed up again with MSDynamicsWorlds.com and released a new article. The topic centres around which benefit remote work can bring into the work environment
Mostly web services offered through an API do require special ways of authorisation. Recently I’ve came across the Royal Mail API which doesn’t work without
Independent contractors (or freelancer – as they are called also) are highly skilled professionals in a certain domain. A successful contractor does influence the community
Let’s put the buzzwords to the side and have a look into the current possibilities of Machine Learning from a Dynamics NAV and Dynamics 365
In autumn 2018, Microsoft plans to combine the cloud-product Dynamics 365 with the on-premise solution Dynamics NAV. The name and the code base will become