It is with great pleasure that I am announcing the "Must Attend" conferences for 2011.
You might ask why they are the "Must Attend" conferences... the answer is simple.... I am planning to be there and I would love to meet with the members of our great Dynamics GP community.
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011 will be held in Fargo, North Dakota, USA on the 1st - 3rd March 2011.
Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2011 Atlanta will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on the 10th - 13th April 2011.
I will be presenting again with my partner in crime, Mariano Gomez and we would love to get some feedback about what you would like us to present.
Please feel free to post comments on this article AND also submit your thoughts to the Convergence NA 2011 Call for Topics site before it closes on the 20-Nov-2010. Kevin Machayya from the Microsoft Dynamics Partner Community Blog explains more in his post: Help Identify the Hot Topics for Convergence 2011.
So if you want more development tips and tricks or to learn more about the Support Debugging Tool, or anything else, let us know.
Hope to see you there.
Posting from Mark Polino at DynamicAccounting.net
Posting from Inside Dynamics GP
Posting from Sivakumar Venkataraman at Interesting Findings & Knowledge Sharing
Posting from Mariano Gomez, The Dynamics GP Blogster
You should add GPUG Summit in Vegas. Caesar's Palace baby!
I would love to go to the GPUG events, but as they are not MS organised events, I don't think I could get budget approval. If you will cover my expenses (travel from Australia, accommodation & food), then I might be able to get the time away from my actual role at Microsoft.
Let me know for next year. :-)
I'll try to get my ticket for Fargo in March 2011, would really love to participate there. I saw the announcement for the GP 2010 R2, by any chances do you have a list of what changes vs. the actual version ? any changes or improvement in the Manufacturing module ?
Hope you get your ticket for Fargo :-)
Have a great time,
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