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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Microsoft Dynamics Community Site 2.0 released

I wanted to take the time and point out that the much awaited Microsoft Dynamics Community Site, verion 2.0 has been released.

By now, hopefully, most of you have noticed the new site and what all features it has. I actually covered this, in a beta preview of the changes, and this new 2.0 version, in a blog post this past summer, which you can find here.: Microsoft Dynamics Community site set for major improvements

Also, over at MSDynamicsWorld.com, there was a great article last week covering this as well.: Community 2.0: In Final Shift from Newsgroups, Microsoft Dynamics Community Site Adds Customer Service, Upgrades Search, New Layout

I think this is a great move, and really will help continue foster growth in the Dynamics Community / Ecosystem.

The Offical Microsoft Dynamics Community portal, is a great resource, that has all kinds of ways to learn, share, understand and get help with all the different Dynamics ERP and CRM products.

I would also like to thankn the Dynamics Community Site for spotlighting my new guest column that I will be starting soon. My plan is to write once a month on that column. Below is a description of what I will be targeting.:

"Microsoft Partner and Senior Technical Architect Brandon George's column is focused primarily on the high-level architect, CIO and CEO roles within Microsoft Dynamics Partner and Customer organizations. Brandon reviews topics ranging from Microsoft Dynamics AX, general trends in technology, and how it can help solve business domain issues today and tomorrow."

That's all for now, but check back as we approach AXUG Summit next week! I hope to see some of you there, and if not, I will make sure to have some good coverage, and follow up articles about the summit.

Till next time!

"Visit the Dynamics AX Community Page today!"

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