Article of the Week
The article of the week is my article is the excellent and I want as many people as possible to go and have a look at his first steps in towards creating a developer toolkit replacement.
I will add my blogs on the subject below
I will add the Connect suggestion here has 66 votes which is great because a week ago it had 9.
Best of the Rest
Hosk article on how to disable a subgrid without actually disabling it.
The new Web API stuff, in an odd trial but unsupported offering!!!?!?
Don’t be limited by excel when exporting records with the
Steps on how to get the current CRM developer toolkit working with visual studio 2013
Good article from CRM MVP Leon Tribe on considering what to do with your customizations when upgrading
Scott Durow gives the lowdown on getting your scripts into shape to be able to use them with the new CRM 2015 SP1 turbo forms.
A button without a field, what is this magic
Cheeky salesperson role automatically assigned on importing teams. Probably some kind of reason for this but very annoying if you are not aware of this behaviour
Dramatic performance improvement when switching to SQL 2014
good article and worth a read
Great article on implementing C# dev to CRM
It’s madness I tell you but it looks cool
very interesting article on the history of lean development, I don’t know much about lean development but it sounds like agile without the rubbish bits
Strategy More: Inc. Success Bill Gates Warren Buffett
How Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and 8 other successful people spent their summer vacations when they were younger
Previous top picks
Useful Hosk Links
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