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Great article from CRM MVP Jukka, going through customizing the lead process in CRM 2015
A Hosk article looking at the good coding practise of Information hiding and encapsulation and why you should be doing it in your code
A useful blog showing you how to query many to many relationships in CRM advanced find
CRM Developers should be unit testing, here is some information to help you get started with Microsoft Fakes
detailed post on queues in CRM
It uses SQL but it’s interesting to understand the underlying configuration
No more special messages in CRM 2015 SP1 if you use the new update request
A big long list of examples in CRM SDK
There is still no CRM 2015 Developer toolkit and you can’t use the current DEV toolkit with Visual studio 2013 but you can if you hack a few things. Come on Microsoft help the CRM developers out a bit and get stuff working with the latest versions
Why are there two CRM Addins!
Another Article of the week collection!! Such a great idea I have decided to do one myself
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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