Direct Reports

Dynamics AX product-related topics for project-based businesses such as consulting, accounting, advertising, and construction.

May, 2006

Blog - About

About Direct Reports

I'm the Group Program Manager for the Microsoft Dynamics AX engineering team covering Service Industries (including markets such as professional services, construction, architecture and advertising). I've been at Microsoft for over 17 years and was previously a Senior Product Manager for Microsoft Amalga Hospital Information System (HIS), part of Microsoft's Health Solution Group. I also spent 8 years as the Group Program Manager for Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services, where my team created and delivered the Microsoft business intelligence and reporting platform for IT Pros, end users and developers as part of SQL Server and Visual Studio. I joined Microsoft after a role as software architect for a4 Health Systems, a hospital software company in my home town of Raleigh, North Carolina.

Some useful links:

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    Peng! (Crystal to SSRS Migration Guide)

    One of the top questions we get from customers is how to migrate from Crystal Reports. For those of you who are looking to make the switch, we just posted a migration guide on the web site. We are also having an associated webcast scheduled for June...
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    Green Mind (SP1 Hotfix Rollup)

    You might want to take a look at the just released SQL Server 2005 SP1 hotfix rollup . This package contains a collection fixes that came in too late to fit into the SP1 release process. Unfortunately, the descriptions of some of the bugs in the fix list...
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    Dare to Be Surprised (Missing Files)

    Unfortunately, I let the account expire at the hosting service I was using for my file storage. I realize that all of the attached files in the blog are missing. Over the next week or so, I will try to repost them from other sources. Sorry about that...
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