Developing for Dynamics GP

by David Musgrave (Perth, WA, Australia) and the Microsoft Dynamics GP Developer Support Team (Fargo, ND, USA)

Happy 1st Blogday

Happy 1st Blogday

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David Meego - Click for blog homepage Wow, tomorrow the Developing for Dynamics GP blog turns one year old.

We, the authors, would like to say big thank-you to everyone who reads the blog.

We are looking forward to an exciting year to come.

Please let us know what you would like to see on the blog or questions you would like answered.

Thanks for your support.

David and the Developer Support Team

  • Hi Team,

    This blog has been a wealth of concepts, always have conveyed a certain concept with utmost detail. Some have actually helped me a lot in completing some critical tasks.

    Within a year, this blog has set the Consultants' expectations very high and I wish many more articles from the team come up to feed the thoughts of the Consultants worldwide.

    Thanks for being a reference for GP Technologies and thanks for sharing such wonderful and precious concepts.

    Thanks

    Vaidy Mohan

  • Post from DynamicAccounting.net

    http://msdynamicsgp.blogspot.com/2009/07/happy-1st-birthday-to-developing-for.html

  • David,

    Gracious, I don't know how you do it - but I'm so glad you do!  This has got to be the most amazing blog for Dexterity. All the explanations about why Dynamics works like it does are treasures.  And, it's so much fun!  Simply love the logos through the years and the 'why' of SQL and those stored procedures.

    I can (and do) spend hours just reading your postings.

    David, you are truly the 'Dexterity god'. Please don't ever leave the fold.

    Will you be coming to Fargo in November?

    Leslie

  • Hi David,

    Congratulation!

    "Developing for Dynamics GP" is a great blog for all the Dynamics GP developers and consultants worldwide. David and his team maintain high level of standards and contain wealth of information especially for Dynamics GP developers. When I read the articles posted, I feels like taking an instructor-led class, the explanations are very clear and invaluable. This is the only one blog I visit couple of times a day and whenever I run into issues with dexterity development, I always search this blog before I look into newsgroup and other links.

    I hope we will see more and more great articles from David and his team in the coming days.

    Thanks for your priceless contributions to the Dynamics GP development community.

    Samuel Mathew

  • Post from Inside Dynamics GP

    http://blogs.msdn.com/gp/archive/2009/07/28/happy-anniversary-developing-for-dynamics-gp.aspx

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