First article of a series about DR & BC planning. Experience from the trenches.
Today I had a chat with @David Musgrave, the brain behind GP Power Tools (aka GPPT), which he completely overhauled back in 2015 after he was let go by Microsoft and regained control over the former Support Debugging Tool (aka SDT). David mentioned to me some of the good ideas he recently had turned into... Continue Reading →
Lots of people have been sitting on the fence since last year's Convergence 2015 when Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella announced that Microsoft was going to give new directions to one of the largest event of the company in North America (roughly 12-13'000 attendees in the past years). Microsoft wanted to target more the big company decision... Continue Reading →
In less then 5 days I'll be heading for the airport very early in the morning (actually need to be there before 6:30AM), in order to board the plane for SFO (San Francisco for those who don't understand Flight language 🙂 ) for my first leg to the GPUG Summit 2015 that will take place... Continue Reading →
Now that April 1st is behind us and this would no longer fall for an April fool, I can officially anounce the good news.. I'm now part of the big 'small' family of the very 'select' Dynamic GP MVP group. It's great because of all the GREAT people that make this group a real family...... Continue Reading →
For quite a few weeks/months there were uncertainty about the outcome of the SDT (aka Support Debugging Tool) for Dynamics GP. As my good friend David Musgrave had been left in the dust by Microsoft due to the high speed of the all new GP 2015 not being able to wait on the aging SDT, nobody... Continue Reading →
So one year more has passed by and I'm already heading for Atlanta (again...sigh) to Convergence 2015. I hope Microsoft can come up for next year's convention for some nice city with a nice convention center... Atlanta's GWCC is so big that you have to walk a lot every day and your feets are suffering... Continue Reading →
Friday Nov. 21st was the first local GPUG chapter meeting held in the brand new offices of Microsoft downtown Montreal. The meeting was scheduled from 8:30am to noon, but I showed up there five minutes before eight to be sure that everything was ready in time. I arrived at the door at the same moment... Continue Reading →