As you know by now - hopefully you do - Build 16 of the Support Debugging Tool (SDT) has been officially released - see Support Debugging Tool Build 16 released over at Developing for Dynamics GP for release notes and new features.
However, you may have noticed I have not posted anything about it (don't worry, I am still friends with Musgrave). The reason for the absence of posts on the new SDT build obays to a few reasons:
1. I am going to release a series of video blogs showing the new features on The Dynamics GP Blogster YouTube channel, and as you can imagine, these things take time.
2. I have been thinking of some creative ways to continue to push the SDT to the Microsoft Dynamics GP community as a whole, not just Build 16.
As it relates to the second reason/excuse/goal, and given the adoption of social media throughout the Microsoft Dynamics GP community - check out Social Media for Microsoft Dynamics Partners eBook by MVP Mark Polino and Jon Rivers (twitter: @jon_rivers) if you still don't get the social media drift - I thought it was now time for the Support Debugging Tool to have it's own Twitter hash tag. So please welcome #MSDYNGPSDT.
If you have any questions, comments, or want to relay any experiences with the Support Debugging Tool on Twitter, please use the #MSDYNGPSDT hash tag. Also, don't miss some really cool upcoming news about the tool, which will be available via Twitter.
Disclaimer: I am not allowed to say anything yet, otherwise I will be unfriended by Musgrave on Facebook and that's worse than him not talking to me in real life.
For more resources on the Support Debugging Tool visit the Support Debugging Tool Portal (http://aka.ms/SDT) over at Developing for Dynamics GP.
Until next post!
Mariano Gomez, MVP