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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Blog spotlight: DAXDilip - A good Dynamics Resource

I wanted to do a blog spotlight today, and point out a great new Dynamics Resource. This is Dilip, over at DAXDilip.blogspot.com.

Dilip has been posting since October of 2007 on a regular basis, so it's not really that new.

Dilip seems to have a deep knowledge of the Dynamics space, and a lot of that in Dynamics AX focused posted.

His most recent post, that caught my eye, which broke the news about the X++ Web UI Framework in Enterprise Portal is to be Discontinued has some great insights into his take on this move.:

"1. This is a good move as developers with C# and VB.Net can be more productive in designing the web objects for AX. They need not depend on X++ Application Developers

2. Developing and Deploying web-based portals/webparts will be much more easier and rapid and also one can start using the new Web 3.0 framework as well as the power of Silverlight, AJAX etc."


These are great technical points, of why Microsoft is making this move. It's to consolidate on a given single web platform. SharePoint being a big part of that, including the Office System as well.

I recommend adding Dilip's blog to your list of blog to check for information, and helpful post.

Thanks Dilip for adding good content to the Dynamics Community, and please keep it up!

That's all for now, check back as more to come.

See you next time!




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1 Comments:

Anonymous Dilip said...

Thanks Brandon for the kind words! It's guys like you that keep me motivated to keep posting. Thanks to you and for all the readers and I would appreciate any suggestions for more improvement.

I'm an avid reader of your blog and I'm really impressed by the deep technical knowledge you have on Dynamics AX and the surrounding Microsoft Technology Stack and I also appreciate for the great work you do for Dynamics AX Community by taking time and putting some great useful posts here. Keep posting.

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