Debugging 101: The Pitfall of the plugin profiler

When developing for CRM, you sometimes have to debug your code. With the CRM on-premise versions, one could simply attach the Visual Studio debugger to your CRM Server. You only had to install the Visual Studio Remote debugging tools, update the plugin, copy the corresponding plugin pdb file to the assembly bin folder on the server, attach the […]

Food for thought: A scenario for handling massive amounts of data

Today I overheard a very interesting discussion at the office. For one of our customers we’ve built a massive CRM implementation based on CRM 2015 online. An implementation in which a large number of invoices is going to be created; at least 500.000 invoices per year. In order to create those invoices, a massive amount […]

Hardcore CRM: Birth of a C# CRM code generator

Almost year ago I started this blog. Today I’m writing the 100th article on this blog. For me this is a moment worth celebrating. Looking back at last year, I dug up some statistics on JourneyIntoCRM.com that I want to share with you: 1 year of blogging 1 Blogger drinking at least 34 litres of coffee while […]

A case of inspiration: dealing with settings in an outsourced environment

Today I got inspired by a presentation given at our monthly developer meeting. Two of my colleagues were demonstrating a solution they designed for one of our customers. This customer outsourced a large part of its IT landscape to all kinds of suppliers. The customer considers everything to be a service (SaaS: Software as a […]

Product development – A Closer look into the kitchen

Over the last year, I’ve been working on a large CRM solution at CRM Partners. A solution meant to be sold as a product. At this moment we are working through the last bugs and requests before we can ship the product. The last year, I learned that product development is a total different game compared […]