It is now February and Converegence 2012 Houston is happening next month (March 18-21). If you are not registered to attend yet ..... why not? Sign up now click on the image above or the link below
Mariano Gomez (The Dynamics GP Blogster) and I will be back to present one session at the GPUG Day One event and two sessions (both repeated) for Convergence.
Make sure you come and learn all about the Support Debugging Tool and what it can do for you. We will be demonstration all the goodness in the tool including the new features in build 16.
The session details are:
UBGP18 Where do the Experts Turn for Answers?
Date and Time: Sunday, March 18 from 1:30 pm - 3:00 pmTrack: Microsoft Dynamics GPSpeaker(s): Mariano Gomez, David MusgraveAudience: Business Decision Maker, End User, IT Professional, Power User, Prospect, Technical Decision MakerSession Type: User Group BreakoutSkill Level: 100 - Introductory
Ever wonder where the leading Microsoft Dynamics GP community experts turn for help when they are “stuck”? We've interviewed Microsoft Dynamics GP Consultants and will put things in perspective for you. Come and learn about the resources they rely upon to research and troubleshoot issues with Microsoft Dynamics GP, or simply find the answer to that pressing question. Gain knowledge of the top sites, blogs, and discover where to find SQL scripts, free customizations, or entire reviews on existing functionality. * Presented by GPUG. *
CSGP19 Administering Microsoft Dynamics GP Like a Pro with the Support Debugging Tool (repeated)
Date and Time: Monday, March 19 from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm & Wednesday, March 21 from 11:00 am - 12:00 pmTrack: Microsoft Dynamics GPSpeaker(s): David Musgrave, Mariano GomezAudience: IT Professional, Power UserSession Type: Concurrent SessionSkill Level: 200 - Intermediate
Following the success of this session at previous Convergence events, David Musgrave and Mariano Gomez return with a number of advanced features included in the 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 Microsoft Support and partners, and witness real life scenarios--and resolutions.
Key Learning 1: Get valuable tricks on supporting a customer's environment easily
Key Learning 2: Learn what functionality is in the Support Debugging Tool
Key Learning 3: Understand how to have a clean terminal services environment with the Support Debugging Tool
CSGP23 Microsoft Dynamics GP: Advanced Administration with the Support Debugging Tool (repeated)
Date and Time: Tuesday, March 20 from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm & Wednesday, March 21 from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pmTrack: Microsoft Dynamics GPSpeaker(s): David Musgrave, Mariano GomezAudience: IT Professional, Power UserSession Type: Concurrent SessionSkill Level: 300 - Experienced
The Support Debugging Tool is recognized by system administrators and consultants as a valuable tool that eases the task of administering Microsoft Dynamics GP. In this new session, David Musgrave and Mariano Gomez, MVP will show you some of the advanced capabilities of the tool. Come learn about the Advance Debugger Mode; enabling SQL Server traces; and some of the programmability aspects of the Support Debugging Tool through practical, hands-on examples--while having fun doing so.
Key Learning 1: Learn how to program using the tool.
Key Learning 2: Learn about Advanced Debugger Mode
Key Learning 3: Learn how to enable SQL traces and how to interpret them
Also see Mariano's post: Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2012 sessions now published.
Hope to see you in Houston.
PS: The Schedule Builder and Convergence Connect are now online too.
Posting from Mark Polino at DynamicAccounting.net
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