REST services 101: Retrieving data

Today I was doing some maintenance work for a customer, running a CRM 2011 enviroment. I was excited as this was my chance to do some development within the CRM platform, a substantial different game than SharePoint development. The change I had to implement was about implementing an indicator whether a customer was using products […]

Getting the CRM 2013 SDK to work with Visual Studio 2013

At the moment I’m setting up a brand new development image. The image is based on Windows Server 2012R2, IIS, SQL Server 2013, CRM2013 and Visual Studio 2013. Afterwards I installed the CRM 2013 SDK. Within the SDK folder structure there is a folder DeveloperToolKit. Inside this folder there are installers for Visual Studio 2008 […]

Performance Analyser for CRM 2013

One of my collegues notified me about a relative unknown feature in CRM 2013, called the Performance Center, which can be compared to SharePoint’s Developer Dashboard. The SharePoint dashboard showed us some metrics about the applications we were building. Based on the metrics we knew how to tweak our applications to gain better performance. The Performance Center […]

Hello world

I’m glad you found this blog. This blog will be dedicated to all things related to Microsoft Dynamics CRM. I’ve been fulltime involved in professional software development since 1995 as an employee of several software companies and as freelancer. Since 2001 I’ve been specializing myself in the nobel art of Microsoft .NET development. As of 2005 I […]