Developing for Dynamics GP

by Microsoft Dynamics GP Developer Support Team (Fargo, ND, USA)

Dexterity Training in Orlando (May 10th to 14th 2010)

Dexterity Training in Orlando (May 10th to 14th 2010)

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Dexterity - Click for blog homepageAnother opportunity to learn the foundations of Developing for Dynamics GP is now available. 

Microsoft Dynamics GP's core application user interface is developed using the Dexterity development system.  Knowledge of Dexterity and therefore how Dynamics GP's internals work is fundamental to developing customisations and products that work with Dynamics GP.

Even if you don't plan on developing with Dexterity and wish to use Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) or Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP, this course is well worth attending.  Having an understanding of how the GP windows are constructed, how table buffers and ranges work, and how to call functions and procedures are just a few of the things that is useful to all developers regardless of the development tool used.

Leslie Vail (MVP) will be instructing the 5 day Dexterity class to be held in Orlando, Florida, USA during the week starting on the 10th of May 2010.  Leslie is an excellent trainer with awesome application and development knowledge and experience.  The course will be fun and extremely educational.

The course is organised through the partner Integrated Business Group (http://www.ibgnet.com/). If you would like more information, contact the training coordinator, Roxanna Alvarez, ralvarez@ibgnet.com or at +1 (407) 677-0370.

This course is a must for anyone wanting to get started in the Dynamics GP development world. See point 3 in my blog posting on How to get started with Dexterity.

For more info see Leslie's blog post: DEXTERITY class May 10th in Orlando  


If you enjoyed the troubleshooting session on the Support Debugging Tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP at the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2009, let it be known that Leslie worked with Mariano and myself into the small hours of the morning to make the session as great as it was. 

Thanks Leslie.

David

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