Developers and Testing – Part 4: An Alternative to Manual Testing

In this four-part series, ArcherPoint’s Matt Traxinger discusses the relationship between development and testing, how to improve your testing skills, and an alternative approach to testing. If you’re just joining us, be sure to read Part 1: Developers Don’t Make Good Testers, Part 2: The Importance of Quality. and Part 3: Improving Your Testing Skills.… Continue reading Developers and Testing – Part 4: An Alternative to Manual Testing

Developers and Testing – Part 3: Improving Your Testing Skills

In this four-part series, ArcherPoint’s Matt Traxinger discusses the relationship between development and testing, how to improve your testing skills, and an alternative approach to testing. If you’re just joining us, be sure to read Part 1: Developers Don’t Make Good Testers and Part 2: The Importance of Quality. We all do our best to… Continue reading Developers and Testing – Part 3: Improving Your Testing Skills

Developers and Testing – Part 2: The Importance of Quality

In this four-part series, ArcherPoint’s Matt Traxinger discusses the relationship between development and testing, how to improve your testing skills, and an alternative approach to testing. If you’re just joining us, be sure to read Part 1: Developers Don’t Make Good Testers. Quality is important. I think everyone agrees on that point. Or at least… Continue reading Developers and Testing – Part 2: The Importance of Quality

Developers and Testing – Part 1: Developers Don’t Make Good Testers

I admit it, I am not a good tester. I’m a software developer, though, so that should go without saying. I have, on occasion, and especially in my early days, delivered some seriously buggy code to my customers. In this first of a series on testing, I’ve decided to explore the reasons behind developers’ lack… Continue reading Developers and Testing – Part 1: Developers Don’t Make Good Testers

New Feature in Dynamics NAV 2016 Automates Deferral Process

In addition to the Preview Posting functionality in Dynamics NAV 2016 I blogged about previously, Microsoft has introduced a new feature called Deferrals. In short, this feature allows users to automate the process of deferring revenues and expenses over a pre-defined schedule. It’s actually very easy to use. All you have to do is enter… Continue reading New Feature in Dynamics NAV 2016 Automates Deferral Process

Some Thoughts on Pumpkin Carving and NAV Development

Autumn is my favorite time of year, especially October. Not only is it home to big events like my birthday, but we have all four of the major U.S. sports going at once, and it seems like everyone has some sort of holiday to celebrate. Canadian Thanksgiving, Diwali (Indian festival of Lights), and my favorite:… Continue reading Some Thoughts on Pumpkin Carving and NAV Development