We’re looking for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central developers to take our new beta exam. Are you responsible for designing, developing, testing, and maintaining solutions based on Dynamics 365 Business Central? If so, and if you develop apps that extend Business Central, including customizing or adding extra functionality, be sure to check out this exam. Additional helpful qualifications include the ability to integrate Business Central with other applications, such as Microsoft Power Platform apps.
As a Business Central developer, you’re responsible for troubleshooting and debugging issues in the system that may involve identifying the root cause of a problem, fixing bugs, and testing the solution to ensure that it works as expected. You have applied knowledge of Business Central and the application language (AL), the development environment, and other tools to develop extensions for it. You need some knowledge of how to install and upgrade the system. You should also have knowledge of AppSource and Business Central–related technologies, frameworks, and services to build solutions and technologies for application lifecycle management (ALM), including source control management (SCM) and continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD).
Ready to prove your skills?
Take advantage of the discounted beta exam offer. The first 300 people who take Exam MB-820(beta) on or before February 21, 2024, can get 80 percent off market price.
To receive the discount, when you register for the exam and are prompted for payment, use code MB820LMrocks. This is not a private access code. The seats are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. As noted, you must take the exam on or before February 21, 2024. Please note that this beta exam is not available in Turkey, Pakistan, India, or China.
Get ready to take Exam MB-820 (beta):
Review the Exam MB-820 (beta) exam page for details. The Exam MB-820 study guide alerts you to key topics covered on the exam.
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