Naomi’s Solar Pumpkin…
It has been a full year since we got our first glimpse of CRM “5” (the catchy codename for the next version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM) at the Microsoft Professional Developer Conference (PDC) 2008, and a lot has changed since then. Last week at PDC 2009, Andrew Bybee, Nikhil Hasija, Barry Givens and others from the Microsoft Dynamics CRM product team, presented more cool CRM “5” information, and many of the developer and platform features which were just prototypes last year are now fully baked features which seem pretty certain to make it into the final release.
If you would like to see what’s new in the world of CRM “5” and xRM, then recordings of these sessions are available on the Microsoft PDC web site here:
- Managing the Solution Lifecycle for xRM Applications
- Developing xRM Solutions Using Windows Azure
- Build a .NET Business Application in 60 Minutes with xRM and SharePoint
- Software + Services Identity Roadmap Update (contains approx 9 minutes of CRM “5” federated identity details from 12mins 30secs onwards)
Just one note of caution. These sessions don’t really have any details on CRM “5” functional changes, and are targeted at developers – enter at your own risk..!!!
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