Wednesday, October 15, 2014 After a jammed pack Academy Training day on the previous day, Summit Day 1 begins with a little stroll from my hotel down to the America’s Center Convention Complex . On the way there, I cannot help but to snap a picture of the now very famous Runner Fountain at Kiener Plaza, which happened to be running a pink to red tone in support of the Cardinals
Monday, October 13, 2014 Summit is now gone, but I wanted to take some time to recount some of the events as I saw them happening. First, I wanted to congratulate the Dynamic Partner Connections team for an excellent event hosted at the Renaissance Hotel.
After the successes of the All Saints College teams at the RoboCup Junior Australia 2014 WA State Championships , it went without saying that we would take our best teams to the National Competition in Brisbane on the 27 th and 28 th September. We ended up taking our Senior Theatre (Pickle JAR Productions) and Senior Dance (The Inspector) teams as well as our top 2 Open Rescue (Sam and Me, Him & It) teams. Sadly neither of the CJs (Christopher Jack and Christopher John) were able to come due to other commitments
On 13 th August in Fargo the Microsoft Dynamics GP development team delivered a hands-on workshop to our Collaborative Development partners around the new Service Based Architecture (SBA) that will be available in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015. Throughout the day the team went over various pieces such as .NET Interop, changes to the current toolsets and implementation considerations. They also provided hands-on learning time with the ISV Preview VM for the partners to work with the new code. In this post I’d like to highlight Kevin from EthoTech, Inc.
In my last post: Backup regimes and synchronizing folders across your network , I discussed my method of backing up data from four folders off the root of the drive across my network and how I use the free SyncToy 2.1 tool from Microsoft. So in this post I wanted to take it to the next level. Introducing the Cloud Here is the next bit of the puzzle…