#DynamicsCon Last Chance to Vote for Sessions

David Meego - Click for blog homepageToday is the last day to vote for your favourite DynamicsCon conference sessions ahead of the conference scheduled for 20th to 23rd September 2021.

Make sure that you register and apply your 12 votes today to shape what you want to see at the conference.

I have two sessions in the submissions list in the Dynamics GP Track:

The first session is an insight into what it takes to be awarded and maintain Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) status. David Musgrave takes you through his long journey to becoming a Microsoft MVP and describes what lessons he learned along the way. Warning: This session includes lots of Microsoft Dynamics GP history, old computers and robotics.

The second session will introduce attendees to the many development tools available to you to easily customize and integrate with Microsoft Dynamics GP. Get an understanding of the tools available to you, their strengths and weaknesses and see how you can create solutions. We will cover an overview of customization tools such as Modifier, Visual Basic for Applications, Visual Studio Tools, Dexterity and Integration tools such as Table Import, Integration Manager, eConnect, SOAP based Web Services, Service Based Architecture REST based web services and third party tools.

Please vote for this session by going to the Submissions page, clicking on the Dynamics GP track and scrolling down till you find the session.

Or click on this link of a search for my sessions by presenter name.


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