Learning by explaining

March 18 · 2015 Do you know that feeling - when you ask a collegue about a problem, you explain the problem and then you realize what's wrong and you know how you can solve it, without them saying a word. Well, that happens a lot in my office...

Do you know that feeling - when you ask a collegue about a problem, you explain the problem and then you realize what's wrong and you know how you can solve it, without them saying a word. Well, that happens a lot in my office.

My suggestion is that everyone gets a teddy bear, put it on the office desk and ask it for advice... :)

Another epiphany I have is that explaining stuff is magical. It is like a magnifying glass of your brain and you can see what you really know and what you don't know. If you find it difficult to explain something simple, maybe you don't really know how it works under the hood.

So my mission for this blog is to explain in detail how specific frameworks work in Microsoft Dynamics AX. While explaining I will also slow down to really understand what is difficult and research those parts a little bit extra. Hopefully you will find it useful.

If you feel inspired and also want to write and share your knowledge, please let me know. We can all contribute to teach each other.

Cheers,

Johnny