Developing for Dynamics GP

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

Dexterity Training in Orlando (May 16th to 20th 2011) cont.

Dexterity Training in Orlando (May 16th to 20th 2011) cont.

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Dexterity - Click for blog homepageI know this is a little late, but there is still some room to join the upcoming Dexterity Basics training course.

This will give you the introduction to Dexterity, the underlying development environment for the Microsoft Dynamics GP product. Gaining knowledge of the fundamentals of Dexterity will help you become a better developer when working with the Microsoft Dynamics GP product REGARDLESS of whether you plan to work with Dexterity, Modifier & Visual Basic for Applications, or Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP.

Also, with the upcoming GP "12" Web client, we know that any code developed in Dexterity will automatically become web enabled with no additional work from the developer.  However, you have the option to create a custom template to "pretty up" the interface if desired. Just another reason to develop in Dexterity.

My good friend, Leslie Vail (MVP) is instructing the five day class being held in Orlando, Florida, USA starting on the 16th of May 2011. Leslie is the best active Dexterity trainer* with fantastic application and development knowledge and loads of experience ... Not many people have worked with Great Plains since before version 1.0.

The course is organised through the partner Integrated Business Group (http://www.ibgnet.com/). If you want to attend, 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 details, see Leslie's blog post: Dexterity I class scheduled for May 16th - 20th, 2011 will be running as scheduled

David

* Well, I have not trained a Dexterity class for a while. :-)

  • Thanks David!  

    Don't forget about the 'Musgrave Moment' part of the class. It's that, or more videos!

    Leslie

  • Hi Leslie

    Maybe you need to get some Tim Tams and get all the attendees to do a Tim Tam Slam. That would work as a "Musgrave Moment".

    Or feed them Vegemite.... nice and thick, so it is disgusting.

    David

  • We're sending a whole slew of folks down there from my company, so please teach them well, we need to lose about 20 pounds of VBA code!

  • Hi Steven

    I am sure Leslie will have them as fit as a fiddle. They will be Dexperts by the end of the week.

    David :-)

  • That fitness may depend on how many Tim Tams we have :-)

    I think the Tim Tams would be a perfect Musgrave Moment! I'll bring my camera so that we can get some great blog posts!

    Leslie

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