However, I will also be offering a day of free GP Power Tools training (available to registered conference attendees) during the pre conference Workshop day on Tuesday 11th June 2019.
I will be heading to Johannesburg, South Africa soon for the User Group World Tour 2019 conference organised by Dynamic Communities.
After the conference I have been asked by a customer to run Dexterity Training for some of their staff and so this has been planned to run in the week following the conference. Additional, but limited room, is available at this training and so I am opening this up to any partner or customer who can attend.
Dexterity is the development environment that Microsoft Dynamics GP is built on and the best tool to use for any customisation to the user interface of the product. Knowledge of Dexterity is vital for anyone customising Dynamics GP even when using other languages such as C#, VB.Net and even VBA (Visual Basic for Application).
This training is being offered at a special reduced price and I cannot guarantee that there will be another opportunity to receive this training in the region or at this price.
So the question is “How do you like your Toast?”.
Do you like warm soft bread, burnt smoldering charcoal or something in between?
If you live in Perth and work in the tech industry (or don’t work in the tech industry and want something to do), please come and join some of the Perth based Microsoft MVPs for a free community event on Saturday 25th May 2019.
This all day event (8;30 am to 5:00 pm) will be held at the Civic Administration Centre, City of Canning in Cannington, and will be an exciting day with seven presentations and a Q&A panel session to finish.
You might have seen some postings on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn mentioning that I have been working hard on the next release of GP Power Tools. Well, all the major features planned for Build 27 have been completed.
All that is left to do is beta testing, documentation and a couple of minor features and then it can be released to the Microsoft Dynamics GP community in time for the upcoming conference season for 2019.
I was not planning to post anything for Star Wars Day 2019, but then I came across the video created by the University of Western Australia and decided I needed to share it.
It recognises the sad loss of Peter Mayhew, who passed away on the evening of April 30, 2019 with his family by his side in his North Texas home.