I couldn’t believe it: On Amazon.com I found the first paperback concerning Ax 2012 ‘Microsoft Dynamics Ax 2012 Unleashed’. The book will be released Ocober/November this year. There is not much info availible at the moment, but if you’re intrested in pre-ordering go to Amazon.com
Like most Ax developers I am looking forward to the Ax 2012 release in Q4 this year (in the US a bit earlier). Today Microsoft launched the Ax 2012 Béta and I can’t wait to try it. You can find the download on partner source (Hyper-V & ISO) and customer source (Hyper-V & ISO). Keep in mind … Continue Reading
Today some of my colleagues took the plane to Atlante to participate the Microsoft Convergence 2011 that starts tomorrow. I hope they have a great time, bring back great stories and some goodies for me 😉 You can check Christof and Youri‘s blog (AX EP Clipboard) for some regarding the Enterptite Portal sessions. Or follow @MSFTDynamicsERP on Twitter.
During my vacation I came across a older, but interesting article that shows you how you can monitor table size growth in SQL-server. With a bit of creativity you can create interesting report based on this information or you can just use the examples on the second page.
Decisions Spring 2011 is a FREE virtual event from MSDynamicsWorld.com. It follows on the heels of the highly successful Decisions Fall 2010, which ran last November and had over 3,500 attendees.
A few weeks ago I decided that my step out of consultancy to Essent wasn’t what I expected from it. So when I got the oppertunity to start as a Technical consultant at DEVtalk, I didn’t need much time to think about this. From monday on I’ll extend their team.
Last weekend my wife got me a TechNet Subscription-account as a present. A chance to play with some Microsoft software 🙂
While surfing the web, I came across a blog from 2 friends (Youri De Brabandere and Christof Decraene) about Enterprise Portal development. For the moment they have only a few posts, but I’m sure their will be more soon. Have fun with the http://www.axepclipboard.com.
Normally I don’t blog about my employer, but today is an exception. It was my last day at RealDolmen NV. After three years working there, I say (with some regret) farewell to the colleagues / friends and my first employer. Next Monday I’ll start my new challenge / adventure as Application Manager (still Microsoft Dynamics … Continue Reading
At one of the customers I’m currently working they took the decision to take a look at the spaghetti of security keys. We made a plan of how the new basic security-structure should look like and implemented it. After releasing this new more logical security structure we started to get the message ‘%2 %1 not … Continue Reading