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Thursday, February 7


2b Hands-On: Building a Mini Interactive Web App with React
We will experiment with some of the core features of React JS, but previous programming experience will not be necessary. React is the fastest growing framework and nowadays the most asked for skill for web app developers. Although, in fact, it is not a framework, but rather a library of reusable components. All components, small or big, are reusable, even across different projects. The functional JavaScript model and the one-way data flow improves the readability of all components and makes it easier to design re-usability.

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Lars Gunnarsson

Owner, Qombi Media Consulting e.U.
I have worked in the Christian media industry for more than 25 years and, up until recently, especially in Christian radio. For my first 9 years in this area (with TWR) I worked and lived in Swaziland Africa and, since 1999, for I've worked with TWR Europe in Vienna. For many years... Read More →

Thursday February 7, 2019 14:15 - 15:15


3c Programmatic Design Patterns
Design Patterns are well-defined and well-studied relationships between classes, interfaces, and objects. They have been proven to help developers design and implement more robust software -- software that adapts gracefully to changing requirements and environments. In this talk, I will introduce some of the most common and useful design patterns, with examples. I will also speak about the underlying Design Principles that motivate the creation and use of patterns.

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Victor Norman

Programmer and Associate Professor of Computer Science, GEM eDOT and Calvin College
Victor Norman is a professor of Computer Science at Calvin College. He is on sabbatical for one year. He spent 6 months working at a Grand Rapids software firm learning their agile software development practices for web application development. He is now volunteering with GEM eDOT... Read More →

Thursday February 7, 2019 16:00 - 17:00
Friday, February 8


5.b Developing extensions for MS Dynamics NAV 2018

Your organisation is already using an older version of Dynamics NAV, and you want to know where Dynamics NAV is going? Or are you considering Dynamics NAV as a future alternative to your existing ERP System?

We will present the possibilities you have as developer with coding in AL and developing extensions for Dynamics NAV. We will show the development with Visual Code, and managing your code in Git, show situations where you still have to make changes in C/AL, how to manage your own data model for your extensions, and how to develop assistants. We can tell you which issues you must watch out for from our own experience. You can try our examples at home on a free Docker image of Dynamics NAV.


Timotheus and Andreas

Andreas and Timotheus have been working with a team at a German charity over the past year on a project to migrate from multiple software systems to a single ERP system with Dynamics NAV. Their background was to develop and maintain in-house contact management and ERP systems in the... Read More →

Friday February 8, 2019 14:15 - 15:15