Ok, I'm officially tired! Day 2 did not leave much room to sleep with a presentation, expo, dinner, and Rock-n-Rave (even though I did not stay long).
However, today I had to gut it out for our repeat session, CS15G024-R2 Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015: Customizing the user interface, which was scheduled for 11:00 AM.
|CS15G024-R2 Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015: Customizing the user interface|
Mariano Gomez and David Musgrave
Once our session finished, I ran off to Kevin and Dan's session, CS15G014 - Leveraging Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015: Service Based Architecture for better integrations.
|Kevin Racer and Dan Lothspeich|
This brings us to the Microsoft Dynamics GP Service Based Architecture model, which seeks to expose parts of Dynamics GP as services to be consumed by other applications, also allowing Dynamics GP to consume services.
|Microsoft Dynamics GP Service Based Architecture|
Then we had eOne demoing their latest product, Service Builder which allows users and developers to expose any part of GP as a service, similar to how SmartList Builder exposes GP data. In fact, the idea is to also allow users to expose smart lists as services. Other applications include being able to expose Microsoft Dynamics GP windows and the underlying Dexterity scripts as services, conceivably allowing any function within GP to be consumed by other applications.
Well, I could go on and on, but hopefully you get the point. Kevin and Dan's session is available on the Virtual Convergence site, here.
I returned to the Expo to try and catch up with David who had attended another session, but decided to go visit some folks I hadn't seen yet. After saying hi and catching up with David, we returned to the Omni Hotel in preparation for the OneRepublic concert and to decompress from the day. I had invited a good friend of mine and I left to pick her up and return to the Phillips Arena.
|The OneRepublic concert motto: "One Believable Convergence Celebration"|
The concert got progressively better with the group artists hitting some solos.
Well, the night was really a good one, but it was time to wrap up and get home.
Until next post!
Mariano Gomez, MVP
Intelligent Partnerships, LLC