Developing for Dynamics GP

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

Dexterity Training in Seattle, Washington, USA (22th to 26th April 2013)

Dexterity Training in Seattle, Washington, USA (22th to 26th April 2013)

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Dexterity - Click for blog homepageIf you are new to Microsoft Dynamics GP development or have been working only with Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) or Visual Studio Tools, or even if you dabble in Dexterity, but have not had formal training, now is your chance to get properly trained in Dexterity.

Dexterity is the native development environment for Microsoft Dynamics GP and the only development/customisation tool that is fully supported on the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client. Even if you don't plan to develop in Dexterity, understanding Dexterity and how Dynamics GP windows are constructed is invaluable knowledge when working with the development tools other than Dexterity.

So, my friend Mariano Gomez is running a class as part of his roadshow in Microsoft's home town of Seattle, Washington, USA.

 

Please see his posts on The Dynamics GP Blogster site for the all the details:

 

If you need more reasons to attend Dexterity training have a look at list of reasons on my post from last year:

 

Also see Leslie Vail's post on the Dynamics Confessor Blogspot site for the details of the training she is running in June:

 

Take advantage of these great opportunities to be trained by two of the best instructors out there.

David

  • Hi David,

    Excited to see that this is happening, any chance we can get this as a certification? Any chance of this coming to South Africa?

  • Thank you for posting this David, I'm glad the word is getting out. This class in Dallas will run no matter what. No chance of cancellation unless I get hit by a bus.

    :)

    Leslie

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