Mariano also posted that the Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2011 sessions are now out!. In case you missed his post, I wanted to make sure you have the details for the sessions that Mariano and I will be presenting.
This year we are presenting a concurrent session for adminstrators, consultants and support engineers on using the Support Debugging Tool to simplify administration of a Dynamics GP system.
We are also running an interactive discussion session on customization and integration tools to help non-developers get an overview of the tools available.
The session details are:
CSGP14 Administering Microsoft Dynamics GP Like a Pro with the Support Debugging ToolTrack: Microsoft Dynamics GPSpeaker(s): David Musgrave, Mariano GomezAudience: IT Professional, Technical Decision MakerSkill Level: 300 - Experienced
Session Details Following the success of this session at Convergence Atlanta 2010, David Musgrave and Mariano Gomez return with a number of advanced features included in the now popular Support Debugging Tool. Learn how to maintain a clean DEX.INI in a Terminal Server environment, execute complex profiling of transactions and data, and resolve day to day security issues and problems with dictionaries. Discover tricks used by the Microsoft Support organization and its partners.
DDGP03 Tools, Tools, Tools: Microsoft Dynamics GP Customization & Integration Tools ReviewTrack: Microsoft Dynamics GPSpeaker(s): David Musgrave, Mariano GomezAudience: IT Professional, Technical Decision MakerSkill Level: 200 - Intermediate
Session Details Welcome to this jam-packed session where Microsoft’s David Musgrave and MVP Mariano Gomez will walk you through the different customization and integration tools available for Microsoft Dynamics GP. If you have plans for a customization or application integration, but don’t know where to start, this session is for you. Gain introductory knowledge of Dexterity, Visual Basic for Applications, Visual Studio Tools, Extender, Integration Manager, eConnect, and Web Services with two of the leading community experts.
Check out the Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2011 Atlanta website and click on Content >> Session Catalog for more information on the sessions available.
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