Monday, March 7, 2011

Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011 Wrap Up


I usually wait for David to return to Australia to do this post and link back to his, but our schedules were very different this year, so when he catches up with everything I will be adding links to his posts.

This year's Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011 was very different from the one I attended in 2009. What made it different you may ask (if you did not attend of course)? The fact that we got full demos of the upcoming Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2 and code name GP "12" made a difference, the fact that we were able to preview the web client for Microsoft Dynamics GP made a big difference, the fact that we saw a renewed commitment from Microsoft to deliver a butt kicking product made ALL the difference in the world.

Bottom line, this Conference was the last straw being drawn by many partners in attendance to see if things would take a turn for the best, product wise. I can certainly say, partners got what they came for and more...lot's more!

If you did not get a chance to catch up with the Conference, please click on the links below to take you to a different day of the Conference and the experiences of that day.

Pre-Conference Day 1: Getting here
Pre-Conference Day 2: Fine tuning presentations
Pre-Conference Day 3: Tech Check
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011 begins today
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Day 1 Opening Session
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Day 1 Presentation
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Day 2 Presentation
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Closing Session
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Trip back home
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Sessions Materials

Also, don't miss the in between posts on the product roadmap and features list.

The Evolution of the Microsoft Dynamics GP roadmap
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2 Features List

What would be the world without social media...get a look into the Conference, catch some pictures of some really funny moments and see if you recognize some of the people that attended.

The Dynamics GP Blogster Facebook

Catch David's perspectives and experiences at the Conference over at Developing for Dynamics GP.

Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Getting there
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Day -3
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Day -2
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Day -1
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Day 1 Morning
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Day 1 Afternoon
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Day 2
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Day 2 cont.
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Day 3
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Day 3 cont. (David goes wild...and back to school!)
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Post Conference
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011: Getting Home
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Confernece 2011: Wrap Up

Also, all session materials are available for download on PartnerSource

Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011 Resources


You can download the materials from the sessions presented by David and I here at The Dynamics GP Blogster:


MSDGPTechConference2011.zip (All materials for all sessions)


Development_Troubleshooting_with_the_Support_Debugging_Tool.zip


Introduction_to_Microsoft_Dynamics_GP_Customization_Tools.zip


Please come back to this post for updates on the links and remember: David and I will be at the next Microsoft Dynamics Convergence Atlanta 2011. Please register now and catch our sessions there, which will involve a DayOne with GPUG, a deep dive session, and a breakout session.

Until next post!

MG.-
Mariano Gomez, MVP
IntellPartners, LLC
http://www.IntellPartners.com/


Edits:
03/07/2011 - Added link to David's "Post Conference" article
03/08/2011 - Added link to David's "Getting Home" article
03/10/2011 - Added link to David's "Wrap Up" article

1 comment:

Heather Leslie said...

This is a great wrap up post. for someone that couldn't make it out myself this year, you did a really good job of condensing and centralizing all the important information from the event.
Thank you!