I know that we are approaching the end of November and that GPUG Summit 2017 was in October, but I had been working flat out to get the new builds for my products released.
Now that I have achieved that goal (so pleased to have that completed), I wanted to share some more of my experiences at GPUG Summit in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
So here I am in Nashville, Tennessee USA where I should be listening to music and relaxing. But that is not to be.
Starting on Monday 2nd October, I ran a Dexterity Fundamentals 5 day bootcamp class for GPUG Academy.
Hello from Nashville, Tennessee, USA, the “Home of Country Music” and location of this year’s Dynamics Communities User Group Summit which includes GPUG Summit along with the UGs for the other Dynamics products.
I have already been in town for a week as I came in on Friday 29th September in preparation for the Dexterity Bootcamp training which started on Monday 2nd October.
At last month’s Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2017 in Fargo, North Dakota, USA, Mariano and I presented the session “Yet Another 25 Development Tricks and Hacks in 50 Minutes” with tips 51 to 75.
During this session, we presented a tip on how to control the mouse cursor from Dexterity. When developer, Mark Fuglie tried to use the tip, it did not work for him.
Hey Developers… Are you attending the GPUG Summit 2017 conference in Nashville, Tennessee in October? If so, this article is to let you know about Microsoft Dynamics GP related Developer content at the conference.
I asked why there was not much content for developers at GPUG Summit and I was told that there are not many developers in attendance. I disagreed and requested a session for Developers, which Bob McAdam promptly organised … thanks Bob. 🙂
If you have been watching my Twitter account recently you would have seen that my journey to Fargo, North Dakota, USA for the Microsoft Dynamics GP Tech Conference 2017 was an lengthy and interesting experience.
I am back from Fargo now, but getting there took much longer than the usual 30 to 36 hours ….
Each year GPUG (Dynamics GP User Group) recognises three individuals from the Microsoft Dynamics GP community who go above and beyond to help others.
These individuals will be recognised as GPUG All Stars at the upcoming GPUG Summit in Nashville, TN, USA.
Please vote now… there are only 2.5 weeks left before the poll closes.