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A great article from CRM MVP Jukka. Not only does this give you a workaround to the annoying gotcha of Rollup/calculated fields not triggering workflows but it also shows you how to schedule a recurring workflow.
A Hosk article showing why Filterd views are awesome
Another Great article from Benitez who has written some excellent and detailed articles on the new CRM 2015 functionality
How to get Gmail/Yahoo mail and other mail clients to work with CRM. It’s something many people have thought of but never done. Maybe that’s just me
Don’t let anyone check in bad code, it can only lead to more bad code. The Broken Code theory
An interesting article from the book with the same name. There is a youtube video on the topic and a couple of free test chapters
intro, design decay
Cascading ownership can be tricky to understand and sometimes sneak up on you with it’s implications. This article should help you learn about it
Learn how the new routing rules work in CRM 2015
A finite state machine is an interesting way to arhcitecture your code, a useful way about thinking about state transitions. CRM 2015 has new functionality allowing you to configure what status a user can move to.
This isn’t supported but it’s an interesting article and you might need it in desperate times.
A list and review of CRM 2013 tools, this will probably work in CRM 2015 as well
A collection of my favourite CRM Developer articles I have written
All the CRM 2013 content to help you pass the exam
Words of Wisdom from the Hosk. I have written over 900 articles, surely I should have said a few memorable things
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