One of my favourite hobbies is working on jigsaw puzzles. I just find they are a great way to take my mind off of other things, and I’m drawn to crazy cartoon-style puzzles for the most part. My favourite cartoonist puzzles are Mordillo puzzles by Heye. He has some crazy designs!
Today, December 1, 2017, is the release day for Dynamics GP 2018! Along with the release, we get a refresh in #FabrikamDay, to April 12, 2027, so put that in your calendar, as we will have another FabrikamDay party in 10 years. It’s a Monday… be prepared! 🙂
Today was the final event of the 4-city cross-Canada tour for Collaborate Canada. In case you missed my earlier posts, the event was aimed at users of 4 of the Dynamics product lines: GP, CRM, NAV, and AX (plus 365 in the mix with it’s AX/CRM/NAV counterparts).
This location was easily my favourite of all of them, for many reasons! The city is fantastic, from getting to downtown from the airport via Skytrain (how easy is that?), to a great day off touring Granville Island and the markets and shops, to the actual event day and location itself.
Today was the 3rd of the 4 city Collaborate Canada events, hosted in Calgary, Alberta. Same as the previous days, it was aimed at users of 4 of the Microsoft Dynamics product lines: AX, CRM, GP, NAV, and the applicable D365 content mixed in.
Toronto was the 2nd location for the 4 city “Collaborate Canada” tour across Canada. I’m writing this nearly a week later (but the blog post date is backdated to the date of this event).
The audience was quite a bit larger than Montreal, estimated to be around 200 people in total between Dynamics GP, AX, NAV, CRM and 365 users and partners. It’s hard to say if the number was that high but the opening session sure seemed like there were way more people than the opening session in Montreal on November 14th.
This was the first day of a 4 city “Collaborate Canada” tour across Canada, and the event was hosted in Montreal, Quebec. The expected audiences would be users of Dynamics AX, CRM, NAV, GP or 365.
Although I enjoyed the day and the experience, I can honestly describe the day as having some “good, bad and ugly” to it.
Dynamics Communities (DCI), who organizes the conferences, expected 150 attendees and through the rumour mill yesterday, it sounds like the attendance was around that.
I’m in the middle of getting this site live, and thought I’d write a post on the process of getting my media imported from my old blog to this blog. I didn’t realize, when I started this process, that if I imported my media files directly to the \uploads directory, that none of the media would be visible in the Media Library in WordPress to edit or alter. All of my old blogs *do* work though, because the literal URL to the media that is in the blog is correct. However, I can’t *see* any of them in the media library so browsing to one is impossible as well as the easy re-use of any images if I want to re-use something.
Collaborate Canada is a one day event that is packed full of information for the technical and functional audiences of Dynamics 365/AX, 365/CRM, GP and NAV. It’s being held in 4 different cities across Canada, on 4 separate dates, each day with the same (or close to the same) content.
At each location, there are separate streams for each of the product lines but all of attendees will be at the same location on the same day, to really give you that mini Summit-like experience!
The general schedule for the GP side is a general session with Microsoft around the upcoming Dynamics GP 2018 release, to start off the day, then 4 more time slots over the rest of the day, split into two streams, functional and reporting. At each time slot, you have 2 choices of sessions.
Following up on GPUG Summit last week, I thought it would be timely to write a blog to encourage others to get involved in presenting in the future! Organizers are always looking for more people to fill presentation time slots.
Have you attended Summit or a local GPUG chapter meeting, or even a webinar online, hosted by GPUG? Have you thought “maybe some day I could be doing that presentation too”?
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GPUG Summit is done for another year and this is my final post on the conference, getting home and some thoughts. I’m writing this post a day after getting home, since the getting home part was a long day!
Continue reading “GPUG Summit 2017 – Getting Home & Recap”