The ready-set-go call has just resonated through the hallways at Microsoft, and we are now officially working on the next release of AX. What will the next release of AX look like? What features will it contain? What architectural changes will we make? What tools should we support? These are some of the many questions we will be working on during the upcoming months while we are defining the scope for the next release. I work in the Developer and Partner Tools team. This means I get to influence decisions like: "Should MorphX move into Visual Studio?", "How many layers should AX 6.0 have?", "Should X++ support eventing?", "Do we need an Entity concept in the AOT?", "How do we make our unit test cases available to partners?" - just to name a few. These are the questions that can get me out of bed in the morning - for a lot of good reasons, but primarily because I know my job makes a big difference to a lot of people.
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