Don’t forget to register now for the Microsoft Dynamics Technical Conference – February 23-25, 2016 in Seattle, WA

Hey all. Time is running out to register for the upcoming Microsoft Dynamics Technical Conference… a little bird told me that the event is nearly sold out!

If you are wanting to know about the newest Microsoft Dynamics AX release (formerly known as ‘AX 7’) then this is the place to be. You can see the product in action as this year’s event will provide partners and users with an exclusive opportunity to gain deep technical knowledge in three short days. If you want to get a jump on the crowds, then don’t forget that I have the one and only book that’s available on AX 7 which you can pick up here:

There are more than 130 Breakout Sessions, Instructor-led Labs, Ask the Experts panels, and Focus Rooms are planned which you can see in the Session Catalog You can filter or select “Show all sessions” to see the session content the Microsoft Dynamics AX R&D team has planned.

If you are wanting hands-on training then you’ll want to check out the
Deep Dive Workshops.
This is scheduled after the Microsoft Dynamics Technical Conference, these intensive workshops will help you leverage your travel to Seattle to maximize your learning. Especially cool are the Microsoft Dynamics Retail Conference, Advanced Presales Workshop, and Budget Planning Workshop.

Don’t miss out!

Whether you’re new to the product or looking to enhance your knowledge, the Microsoft Dynamics Technical Conference provides the unique opportunity to connect and interact directly with the people that build Microsoft Dynamics AX. This is the technical learning opportunity of the year for the new release of Microsoft Dynamics AX.


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