Second Edition of Introduction To Dynamics AX Is Available

Introduction To Dynamics AX - 2nd EditionA couple of months ago I published the first edition of my Introduction to Dynamics AX book, which illustrated the “cooking demo” that we usually start with when we are giving foundation demonstrations for Dynamics AX 2012.

This weekend we updated the book to include another 200+ pages that also illustrate all of the common functional features that we show during a soup to nuts demonstration of Dynamics AX, making it a great companion book now for anyone who is trying to figure out at a high level how Dynamics AX works, and also what does it do.

If your are interested in taking a peek inside I have published a preview version which allows you download a sample of the book, showing the table of contents and also sample sections from the chapters.  Here is a link to the preview:

It should also be available on Amazon within 5 or so days, although you can also view it see now on the CreateSpace here:

The Kindle edition of this book is in the works, but unfortunately with Convergence coming up, within a week or so that is consuming a lot of my time, it may be a couple of weeks before it’s available.

PS.  If you are going to be at Convergence 14, track me down and say hi.  Also please come to my presentations (UBAX002 – How2: 40+ tips in 90 minutes in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 & UBAX001 – Challenge the experts, no question is out of bounds: Microsoft Dynamics AX MVP panel) on Friday (March 7th) so that I’m not lonely J

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