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Friday, June 26, 2009

Sunburns and Sandals



Well it's that time of year, about the only time I get to go for some 'Sunburns & Sandals'.

It's beach time, and I hope you all have a great 4th of July week. I will not be writing a single thing next week, but plan on coming back strong with some great post.

This also ends the FY09 of Microsoft, and when I am back we will be in FY10. So that means we will start looking a lot closer at Dynamics AX 6.0, now being called Dynamics AX 2011. We will also be looking at pratical usage of Dynamics AX 2009, and all the possibilites that expands on.

For now though, it's kick back time... Sunburns & Sandals!




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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm a dotnet developer for the past 7 years. Now, i have moved to dynamics. Though, X++ is a new language for me, but i heard that MS is planning to have C# as the language for Dynamics AX 2011. Is is true? Please confirm!
Also, Is it an easy migration for a dotnet developer to move to MS dynamics AX after 6-7 years into .net world.

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