Sorry it has taken me a while to start writing the posts about my trip to the USA and Mexico. The issue is one of time. It takes time to write blog articles and time is something that I have not had much spare since the trip started.
So far the trip has been fantastic and very rewarding. I am currently in Mexico but more details on that later.
This morning I started my journey to the USA for Epic Trip number 2.
But I could not resist giving you another maths puzzle that has been doing the rounds on the Book of Face.
This one I am calling a sequence puzzle as you need to work out the sequence and so work out the formula that gives you the answer. Once you have that the final solution is easy.
If you have not worked it out by now, based on my series of Tweets, Posts and Status Updates, I am soon heading off on another Epic Trip to the United States of America and Mexico.
I have to leave home at about 3AM on Friday morning to catch my first flight. This is the second Epic Trip following a similar plan to last year’s Epic Trip.
Since the change from Menus for Visual Studio Tools to Visual Studio Integration Toolkit (VSIT) and more recently the release of Build 11 of Visual Studio Integration Toolkit, I have received some questions about how to include the VSIT code in the Visual Studio Tools Addin’s installer.
Knowing how much fun it is to challenge my readers to solve silly puzzles, I found another one for you.
This one is a horse themed algebra problem that should be fairly easy to solve as long as you read it carefully.
Here is a call for all Perth based Microsoft Dynamics GP partners and customers to register for the next Perth Australia GPUG Chapter Meeting for Q3 2016.
The meeting will be held in one week’s time at the Microsoft Office in Perth on Wednesday 14th September at 5:00pm for a 5:30pm start.
Back in 1988, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) broke new ground with the release of the world’s first polymer bank notes. By 1996 all of Australia’s bank notes were polymer based.
This week, the RBA has released the next generation of polymer bank notes starting with the new $5 note.