#MySummitNA Dynamics GP Development Tools Session

David Meego - Click for blog homepageDynamic Communities (DC), the team behind GPUG, will be hosting their Community Summit Conference on 12th to 15th October 2021. The agenda with sessions has now been posted online and I will be presenting a session on Microsoft Dynamics GP development tools.

[Edit] Make sure attend the live Q & A via a Teams Meeting. Details below:

For more information of the conference, click here or the logo below:

Check out the Agenda (filtered for Dynamics GP) and make sure you catch as many sessions as you can including my session:

Date: Friday, 15th October 2021

Time: 8:00AM – 9:30AM CDT

Location: GRBC – Third Floor, 352C

Name: Microsoft Dynamics GP Development – Choosing the Right Tool

Details: This 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.

Stay safe and well

David

14-Oct-2021: Updated article with session date, time and location.
14-Oct-2021: Added link to article with live Q & A meeting link.

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