After seeing Steve post some tidbit of technical knowledge to his blog, I decided to create my own blog so that I could publish articles then reference these articles when responding to forum posts. This was how the Developing for Dynamics GP Blog started.
I am unable to provide any details about the case or how long it will take before I am fully available again.
Back on the 23rd February I posted that I was in the process of Saving the Developing for Dynamics GP blog, my blog from my Microsoft days.
It has taken about four weeks of work, but I am very pleased to be able to announce that the work is complete and the relevant content from the Developing for Dynamics GP blog is now available from this blog.
The first work in the process of Saving the Developing for Dynamics GP Blog has started with creation of two new pages on this blog with links to reference Knowledge Base (KB) Articles.
These pages consolidate all the KB Articles from the six Articles & Links pages from the Developing For Dynamics GP blog.
Many of you have probably read an article or two from my previous blog on Microsoft’s MSDN, the Developing for Dynamics GP blog. This blog was created in July 2008 and had published 1,130 articles by the time I left Microsoft in October 2014.
Even though there has been no new content added to the blog since I left, the blog is still one of the most popular Microsoft Dynamics GP related blogs. In fact, the Worldmaps tracking shows that the site is ranked 4th in the leaderboard and gets over 20,000 hits a month.
Microsoft is planning to deprecate MSDN blogs by the end of March and I am working to ensure that this valuable resource is not lost to the community.
Winthrop Development Consultants is pleased to announce Build 26 of GP Power Tools (GPPT) for Microsoft Dynamics GP was released on 12-Feb-2019.
This build incorporates many new features and enhancements to all modules of GP Power Tools. It also includes a number of code improvements and fixes to improve existing functionality.
As mentioned in my previous post I have been working hard for the last few months on the development of the next build of GP Power Tools.
Build 26 of GP Power Tools is already at release candidate stage and I am just working on getting the documentation for the User Guide manual updated and tweaking any issues found during beta testing.