Merry Christmas! Happy Hanukkah! Happy Kwanzaa! Happy Al-Hijira!
Best wishes throughout the Holiday season in company of your friends and family from The Dynamics GP Blogster. Once again, thanks for all your support and comments throughout the year and for confirming what I always knew: the more information you have, the better you can perform your job. That’s the objective of this blog and the reason I strive to deliver a variety of information and topics always revolving around Dynamics GP.
2010 will sure bring exciting stuff! We have the long awaited GP “11” release coming out, the new Microsoft Office 2010, incredible features being delivered in Microsoft SharePoint 2010, the new and spectacular, feature-rich Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, the promising Power Pivot, and last but not lease, the new Microsoft SQL Server 2010.
To accompany this array of applications and tools, we have spectacular events like Convergence, right in my backyard here in Atlanta. In addition, and as most of you already know, my first book will also be available around the August 2010 timeframe.
As you can see, all this should keep this humble author busy just as much as it will keep you coming back for more. Don’t forget to take advantage of other colleagues sites: MVP Mark Polino’s DynamicAccounting, MVP Frank Hamelly’s gp2TheMax, MVP Victoria Yudin’s Ramblings and Musings, MVP Leslie Vail’s Dynamics Confessor, David Musgrave’s Developing for Dynamics GP, and the list goes on and on (see the left pane of this site).
Until next post!
Mariano Gomez, MVP
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