Codename DexNEXT – Part 1 of 2 You have probably been hearing the term kicked around the circles for almost a year now, but codename DexNEXT represents a major milestone in the evolution of the Microsoft Dexterity development platform and the Microsoft Dynamics GP application – Microsoft Dexterity is Microsoft Dynamics GP’s native development platform. DexNEXT is fundamented on the vision that Microsoft Dynamics GP needs to consume as well as expose services to become a solid cloud offering. After all, when referencing “cloud”, in reality we are referring to the various services that live in the cloud.
Thursday, March 6, 2014 – Day 3 After a night of party at Rock-n-Rave on Day 2 , I would be delivering 3 sessions today.
I am proud to announce the availability of the following positions for talented candidates, if you feel that you are qualified to fulfill these positions, please feel free to submit your resume and we will be contacting you immediately. I would kindly ask only “ready” people to send their resumes, honestly we cannot look into resumes without having enough qualifications, we are looking for candidates to start working on projects from day five, the first 4 days will be an orientation to get introduced to our standards and how we do business.
This post is so very different, even if it’s an off-topic one, from what I usually post on my blog.
For those of you outside the United States, yesterday America went into a sort of holiday binge of food, beer and Super Bowl . Part of what makes the Super Bowl a great sporting event is the adverts aired throughout the game – in fact, the ads are a part of the Super Bowl culture as much as the half time show. Just to give you an idea of how much the sport matters, a single 30-second advert during the Super Bowl can cost up to $400 million, or $133.3K per second