Sheila-Jefferson Ross participated in the volunteer project and gave me these great pictures.
Thanks Sheila! Keep up the good work.
Until next post!
March 20, 2013
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After the opening session of Convergence 2013 on 3/19/2013 we got together to send a picture message to David Musgrave.
Sheila Jefferson-Ross, Mariano Gomez and his wife, Leslie Vail and Beat Bucher. Looks like Mariano and his wife are showing off some TimTams and Chicos. I think Iāve been dissed .
Until next post!
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David, we miss you!
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It’s day 1 of Microsoft Convergence New Orleans and it certainly promised to be an exciting one, since Mark Polino and I had on stage rehearsals for the first time – ever! So, it was just about fitting we meet for breakfast first thing in the morningĀ then goĀ find a quiet place for a coupleĀ of dry runs prior to our on stage rehearsal. We went to the ballroom area at the Hilton Hotel and found a space next to the main hallway leading to the ballrooms. Suffice to say, we had a lot of onlookers which made our practice very close to realistic. After all, we were only presenting in front of 5,000 people, so it could not hurt to have people walking by.
Once we did our dry run, we went to the Convention Center Hall EĀ to get our wives registered for the event. The registration process was apparently going very smooth since there were no lines and attendees were picking up badges and bags at a very fast pace.
Next, it was time for our on stage rehearsal in Hall J. Once there, we had a chance to go up twice to finalize the little details of our presentation and get some final feedback from the Ovation team and Microsoft – I will remember not to dance around next time! Rehearsals were fairly quick so off we went to the speakers registration room to check in with Grace, Ace, and Trace… I know and I wasn’t even trying to rhyme it either.
Registration was quick so Mark went off to deliver his GPUG sessions, Sex, Lies and Refreshable Excel Reports and What to Know Before the Auditors Ask:Ā Risk Management and Controls in Microsoft Dynamics GP, the latter presented with Andy Snook. For me it was a rather quiet afternoon, so I returned to the hotel to clear my mind and work a bit on the General Session scripts.
I returned to the Convention Center for the Welcome reception at the Expo hall, where I had a chance to walk around the booths and say hello to some of my favorite ISVs in the channel.
Of course, you had the colorful Rockton Software booth (#1851), which resembles a really fun bar. There I caught up with Jim Pelikza, a fellow Atlanta resident.
It’s always fun to visit the folks over at Reporting Central, over at booth #1855,Ā for whom it’s become a tradition to handĀ me down a nice jersey with my name on the back.
|The Reporting Central Team|
After strolling around for a while, I ran into my friends over at I.B.I.S Inc. (booth #2522), and fellow General SessionĀ presenter, Mark Polino.
|IBIS Inc. Team|
Needless to say, Polino is always a riot and nothing says riot more than this:
|Got Mark? t-shirt|
To be honest, you have to be out of your mind or deeply in-loved with Mark to wear this t-shirt and I am neither. However, I did get a kick out of it.
I also stepped over to the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client booth where I ran into fellow co-presenters Daryl Anderson and Kevin Racer, and my old time friend Brian Roney. It was good to stop by and talk to these dudes as they are fun bunch.
|Daryl Anderson, Kevin Racer, Brian Roney|
I also caught up with Brian Graftaas, who currently the Program ManagerĀ for the Certified for Microsoft Dynamics GP program at Microsoft. Brian and I will be sitting down for an interview which I will release as a podcast upon my return from Convergence.
|Brian Graftaas & John Hannick|
The Expo halls closed around 8:00 PM so it was time to go back to the hotel to catch the tail end of the Miami Heat vs Boston Celtics NBA game and get some rest for the big day ahead.
Until next post!
Mariano Gomez, MVP
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Microsoft Convergence New Orleans 2013: Day 1
March 19, 2013
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I am often asked this question by all the good IT managers ā How can we minimize the usage of āsaā with Dynamics GP ? Quite often I can jot down the answer specific to the userās setup.
In the ā What to Know Before the Auditors Ask:Ā Risk Management & Controls in Microsoft Dynamics GPā today,Ā Andrew Snook from FastPath pointed to a whitepaper they have written on this very topic. Go check it out at http://www.gofastpath.com/newsroom/ctl/articleview/mid/444/articleid/29/fastpath-white-paper–minimizing-the-use-of-sa-in-microsoft-dynamics-gp.aspx
Hereās Mark and Andy all enthused in this fully booked session.
How to avoid giving sa password to Dynamics GP users
March 19, 2013
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This week theĀ Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2013 conference is being held in New Orleans, Louisiana, USAĀ at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center (NOMCC). It started onĀ Monday 18th March 2013 and continues to Thursday 21st March 2013.
If you are like me and unable to attend in person, they you don’t have to miss out on all the Convergence goodness as you can be an Virtual Attendee and watch many of the sessions via the interwebs.
Beginning today onĀ Tuesday 19th March 2013 (this evening my time), Virtual Convergence will have live broadcasts and recordings of the keynote and general sessions as well as concurrent sessions.
For more info see the Microsoft Dynamics Convergence Blog:
While I am not there in person, I have many friends keeping me in the loop and also am following the blogs of the people who are there. I will be posting a summary of all the blog posts as a wrap up next week.
If you are there, don’t forget to attend the Support Debugging Tool session that Mariano is presenting. He will be showing off some great new features that will be available in the next build:
- CSGP30 – The Microsoft Dynamics GP Support Debugging Tool
on Thursday, March 21st from 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
The Support Debugging Tool is the ultimate FREEĀ tool for consultants, administrators and users to support and administer their Microsoft Dynamics GP systems.
Enjoy the conference.
March 19, 2013
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