Guest blogger CRM MVP David Yack talks about what he has been doing in his spare time. :o)
In my spare time (ha!) for the last year I have been working on writing a book targeted to developing applications on CRM 4.0. Originally, the book was going to be a short book focusing on workflow but has grown to over 600 pages covering all developer centric topics. In the book I talk about everything from setting up a developer environment to using SilverLight with CRM. You can read the full press release on the book on MarketWatch.
CRM as a Rapid Development Platform is not a "user" book, it's a developer book. I might even go as far as saying a power admin that wants to understand more about what's going on would benefit as well. The book goes deeper into developer topics like client scripting, web services, plug-ins and workflow than any of the other books currently released.
looking forward to get my hands on this...
Regional Director and CRM Guru David Yack has just released his latest book, CRM As A Rapid Development
Just added that to my blog, http://ts2community.com/blogs/larrylentz/archive/2008/08/13/crm-as-a-rapid-development-platform.aspx
I've just seen it on Amazon and it seems incredibly expensive compared to the other books on the market.
I'm reading David Yack's book, CRM as a Rapid Development Platform . As David sez, "This book is not
I'm reading David Yack's book, CRM as a Rapid Development Platform . As David sez, "This