LINQPad is an invaluable tool and should be considered part of any Power Platform developer's toolkit. It can be used for debugging, prototyping, scripting repetetive tasks and much more besides. It's lightweight nature means that it can be used to write code in a fraction of the time that it would take using Visual Studio.
In this session I'll take you through the benefits of using LINQPad, show you how you can connect to your Dynamics365 instance in a matter of seconds, and try and convince you that LINQPad should sit alongside the XrmToolBox in your list of 'go to' developer tools for the platform.




Super Power Saturday London 2020


Ben Walker

Dynamics 365 development, testing, continuous integration

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