Specifically I’m talking about assigning version numbers to your own code and manipulating those versions in CAL / AL and PowerShell.
There are lots of different systems for assigning a version number to some code. Some incorporate the date or the current year and day number within the year. Loads of background reading here if you’re interested.
The system we typically follow…
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