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Wednesday, October 14 • 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Org-nado - A Deep Dive Into the Technical Details of Estimating and Delivering a Combined Org 2015 Upgrade

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This session offers a structured discussion with some out-of-the-box thinking applied to a large CRM project and the challenges involved in engaging a substantial CRM development team. Topic highlights include: Estimation techniques for planning and re-imagining of combining orgs to take advantage of new platform features; description of an automated build process combing multiple separate 2011 orgs (utilizes SSIS with custom pipeline components); consideration when supporting a full complement of developer sandboxes, dev, QA and production environments; and an Overview of custom ‘entity versioning and history for unmanaged solutions’ to help reduce chaos when supporting simultaneous solution development.

Speakers
avatar for Gene Olafsen

Gene Olafsen

FMGlobal
Gene is a hands-on, lead by example, architect/manager with almost 30 years of best-practice oriented, software lifecycle experience. He is the author of several programming books and appreciates what CRM Dynamics brings to the enterprise. | | Early career experience include supporting test programs for the B-1 aircraft, writing the test drivers for Boeing's 737/757 engine control, involvement in debugging the firmware for Atari’s... Read More →
avatar for Satish Srinivas

Satish Srinivas

Sr Software Engineer, FMGlobal
I have 15 years of experience in development of large enterprise application in web, client service, mobile, SQL server [2000-2014], SSRS [2000-2014] and Dynamic CRM [4.0-2015]. My interest in CRM compasses enterprise security design, scale and performance. My current role is to drive security, design and solution development to enhance user experience which in turn lead to better user acceptance.


Wednesday October 14, 2015 4:30pm - 6:00pm
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