Following the opening session and our Support Debugging Tool presentation on Day 1, it was now time to present our Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics GP Customization Tools session. There was a certain anxiety in the air, as this is the first time David and I would build code, live! The presentation began on time and on track with David taking the lead on the Dexterity and Modifier with Visual Basic for Applications portion of the session. However, we had a number of questions from the audience and things started to extend out a bit
After a morning fill with excitement at the Opening Session , where Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2 was presented to all partners in attendance, you could only walk out of the session all pumped up. However, it was time for some lunch — ” no MSG and buddies “, according to David.
The Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011 is upon us! David and I have an arsenal of information prepared for those of you who are newcomers to the Technical Conference. We wanted to focus our attention in building up the base of future Microsoft Dynamics GP developers and ensure our legacy…ok, maybe I am getting carried away here! If you are going to attend the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference in lovely Fargo, North Dakota, please come to our sessions
Finally, you have another opportunity to learn the foundations of Developing for Dynamics GP using Dexterity. The Microsoft Dynamics GP client application is developed using Dexterity. Many of the features of the Dynamics GP interface are the way they are because of the how Dexterity works.