Concurrency Offers In-Depth Course on Microsoft Dynamics CRM Extensions

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Concurrency Offers Three-Day Technical Course on Extensions to Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Brookfield, WI, — April 8, 2013 — This week Concurrency, Inc. is offering IT developers an in-depth opportunity to learn about developing extensions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. The three-day course will be held at Concurrency’s headquarters location in Brookfield, Wisconsin, from Wednesday, April 10 through Friday, April 12. For cost and location details, visit the Dynamics CRM Extensions Event registration page. This interactive, classroom-style course focuses on extension methods documented in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK. Topics include Common Platform Operations; how to query and execute these operations; and business process implementation and workflows. In addition, the course provides practical insight about plug-ins, application event programming, client extensions, and web resources. Attendees will also learn about integration between Windows Azure and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. This CRM development course is intended for individuals with a technical background and familiarity with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 or Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. Attendees should have experience in basic form customizations and workflows. After completing this course, attendees will be able to: • Describe how Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 is extended and the core extensibility features. • Use common methods to access system and custom entities, including the Security Model, business logic, xRM Framework and exceptions. • Execute queries in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM database, including QueryAttribute, QueryByExpression, LINQ, FetchXM, filtered views and OData. • Explain how the Organization Service web service interacts with Microsoft Dynamics CRM metadata. • Develop custom workflow activities for use within Microsoft Dynamics CRM that run code when configured workflow or dialog rules are created. • Debug custom workflow activity code and use declarative workflows for On-premise deployments. • Use Plug-ins to extend the functionality of events for any entity in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. • Understand the integration between Windows Azure with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. • Use the built-in features of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM application and understand how the Dynamics CRM application behaves when forms are loaded or saved, field data changed, tabs change state, and when IFRAMES are uploaded. • Add custom buttons, menu items and modifications to the navigation areas, including interaction with the Site Map and the Ribbon. • Add custom web content (for example HTML, Images, Silverlight, JavaScript) to CRM forms. • Use web resources to enable the storage of shared blocks of code or resources for reuse across the Microsoft Dynamics CRM web application. About Concurrency Founded in 1989, Concurrency, Inc. provides expert guidance to plan and deploy IT solutions that increase business productivity. Concurrency architects and integrates across all five Microsoft enterprise platforms: SharePoint, System Center, Lync, Exchange, and Dynamics CRM, both on-premise and in the cloud. Concurrency’s cloud expertise includes Office 365 and Azure. Microsoft has recognized Concurrency with multiple partner-of-the-year awards, including 2012 Microsoft Content Management Partner of the Year, 2012 Microsoft Central Region Partner of the Year, and 2012 & 2011 Microsoft Midwest Area Partner of the Year. Concurrency helps organizations leverage best practices to improve productivity with project, service, process, and content management solutions. Connect with Concurrency

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