Saturday, February 2, 2013

Free Developing for Dynamics GP Book by MVP Leslie Vail (2 copies only!)

I have a couple of free e-copies of MVP Leslie Vail’s red hot Developing Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Applications book to give away. As I wrote earlier – this book is a must have reference for everybody who is involved with any of the following  -

  • Developing small customizations for Dynamics GP
  • Developing applications for Dynamics GP
  • Administering Dynamics GP

If you are interested in a copy – just post in a comment below by voting for your favourite Dynamics GP resource (or resources) on the internet. I’ll pick two random winners, and also announce the results of the poll on Feb 11, 2013.



Here are some options to begin with, but feel free to put in choices outside this list. In order of how often I personally use the resources

The blogs

The forums / resource

Naturally, the list above is not exhaustive.

David Musgrave maintains a more complete listing at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/developingfordynamicsgp/archive/2008/09/30/microsoft-dynamics-gp-blogs.aspx


Belinda, the GP CSI, Allen said...

This book is a great resource. Everyone and their brother should try to win a free copy and/or go buy one!

Eric said...

The Dynamics GP Blogster (MVP Mariano Gomez's Blog)


MVP Victoria Yudin's Blog

Beat BUCHER said...

Hi Jivtesh,
my favorite goes to the blogs of David Musgrave and Mariano Gomez, but there are so many good blogs out there. You can even add a new one to your list:

I hope you can be at Convergence...

Akber Alwani said...

This book is a great resource. I have gone through sample and really need copy to win.

developing strategy is really excellent.

Anonymous said...

Belinda the GP CSI (MVP Belinda's Blog) and your blog are tow of my favorites!

Unknown said...

This book will help me to add knowledge to my brain

NQABENI said...

I am religious follower of the following blogs:

Developing for Dynamics GP -David Musgrave and other MSFT members.

About Dynamics,Development and Life -Jivtesh Singh

sv said...

I kept reading blogs how to develop GP but good to know there is a book