Catherine Eibner

Dynamics, SQL, .Net & getting them all to play nicely together!

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  • Blog Post: Tip For Windows Live Writer: Auto Save

    Yesterday, I learnt a lesson the hard way. After reformatting my machine not that long ago & reinstalling all my favourite applications, I didn't notice that some of their settings had been set back to their Defaults. Unfortunately I learnt when I rebooted my machine yesterday without even a second...
  • Blog Post: Tips From the Inside for Microsoft ISV’s!

    If you missed the presentation Carol Bowman & I did at the Australian Partner Conference on the Gold Coast last week, it incorporated a listing of the key resources & tools that Microsoft provides to help ISV’s along their way to ultimately achieving a best of breed solution that can be awarded...
  • Blog Post: CRM Visual Studio Toolkit Launched!

    Here is another one of the very cool tools I got a sneak peek at earlier this year & I am very happy to see it released as I foresee it will save so much time in development as well as make it much easier for developers familiar with Visual studio development but new to programming for Dynamics CRM...
  • Blog Post: Communications Panel for Dynamics CRM 4

    After the excitement generated from our Dynamics NAV guru Johan Emilsson’s great work integrating OCS with Dynamics NAV (Webcast on that coming soon), there was much discussion internally about doing a similar example for CRM. Today I came across this – and I am very glad that this has been released...
  • Blog Post: New Dynamics CRM 4.0 utilities released!

    Last week I saw some very interesting CRM tools demoed – and couldn’t wait to get my hands on a copy to play with them! I wasn't expecting to see them out in the wild for a few months though so was very pleasantly surprised to see this post on MSDN this morning: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library...
  • Blog Post: Business Cards are so 2008…

    I moved recently, and when I did I threw out about 5 almost full boxes of unused & out of date & completely useless Business cards. Then, on Thursday while watching Roger Lawrence try to get Bluetooth working to transfer his contact details to someone, I mentioned how with all of the technology...
  • Blog Post: The First 2 Accelerators for Dynamics CRM 4.0 are live

    Today the first of the much anticipated Accelerators for Microsoft Dynamics CRM are available for download: https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/newsevents/news/MD_CRM_Accelerators You will need to have access to Partner Source to gain access to these & the other Accelerators as they are made...
  • Blog Post: How on Earth didn't I know about this stuff 1: Live Writer

    So in the last week I have been introduced to so many new technologies its almost overwhelming! Some of them aren't new, and have been available (some even freely) for ages, and I cant believe I haven't seen, heard of or used them before now. What I thought I would do is a series of posts as I come across...
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