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Microsoft Convergence Atlanta 2015 (#CONV15) - Day 4

Phew! How about that OneRepublic concert ? Day 4 is finally here and with it, all good things must come to an end. For a change, today David and I managed to make it down to the GWCC on time and had a fairly relaxed breakfast at the Meal Hall to then move over to the Phillips Arena for one very interesting closing keynote. As customary, an energetic Judson Althoff , President Microsoft North America welcomed the crowd to the event and proceeded to recap the week and what will be seen from Microsoft in the coming months. Judson Althoff, President Microsoft North America The first thing in his opening was to remind the audience how Convergence is becoming the premier event for business and that Microsoft, at its core, is " the productivity and platform company for the mobile first, cloud first world " and how the company is thinking about innovation and technology. Althoff then introduced the upcoming events, Microsoft Ignite  which is geared to showcase innovat

Microsoft Convergence Atlanta 2015 (#CONV15) - Day 3

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 We had 64 people in our session and really had an enthusiastic crowd despite the Rock-n-Rave precedent. The session went on as planned and we feel we had a bit more organization in our delivery. 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 session was truly informative as Kevin and Dan walked through the evolution of the work environment and how it has been impacted by the ever increasin