Development Environment

Obviously, serious software developers use a development environment to build and test their programming changes before updating the production system. When setting up your Microsoft Dynamics CRM development environment, you should consider the following factors:

  • The number of discrete projects or Microsoft Dynamics CRM organizations required

  • The number of developers

  • The types of customizations required

  • Deployment configurations

  • Available hardware

  • Iteration frequency and deployment schedule

Considering that each organization has different needs based on these criteria, there is no "right way" to set up your development environment. The best option for your organization might not be appropriate for a different company.

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