Are you a "Musgravion" follower?

My buddy Doug Pitcher at Rose Business Solutions has published one of the most hilarious anecdotes I have read in recent months. The subject: the all too famous David Musgrave [Ed: broken link fixed]. If you are reading this article and you are asking "Who is David Musgrave?", chances are you got hit by a bus in the last 5 minutes and can't remember anything or you are way too new to the GP community. In any case, if you are not a student or practicioner of the Musgravion Doctrine -- LMAO -- I invite you to get started by visiting Developing for Dynamics GP.

Disclaimer: no characters were harmed while writing this blog. The Musgravion Doctrine is a registered trademarks of David Musgrave in Australia and/or other countries. :-))

[Edit] My friend Robert Cavill in Australia noted that all blog articles where Dexterity or VBA code is exhibited must be preceeded by "Following Musgravion principles and techniques..". This will show the developer has made a concious effort to follow best practices in their development or that the consultant has made all efforts in convincing the client to use the customizations synchronization techniques instead of the shared customizations approach.

Until next (hilarious) post!

Mariano Gomez, MVP
Maximum Global Business, LLC


Doug Pitcher said…
Great addition to my post. Glad I'm not the only one that found it funny.

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