The Microsoft Dynamics AX Community site is a great place to flag for all things AX. There are guest columnists, blogs, videos, executive insights, and forums that enable you to “Ask the Community”. There are two things in particular that I want to highlight: blogs and Ask the Community.
The AX blogs site currently has 40+ AX blogs syndicated through it. Yes, this now includes the blog by yours truly – Microsoft Development on the Prairie. But it also includes excellent partner blogs like Dynamics AX Musings, Brandon George’s Microsoft Dynamics AX Blog, and many more. Check it out – I know you will learn something!
The Ask the Community area is the place to get your AX questions answered – there were over 20 AX questions asked today alone. But it’s also a place for you to contribute to the AX community by answering some of the questions. Sharing our collective knowledge enables satisfied customers and market growth for AX – two things I know all of us want! I’m going to personally work to broaden internal awareness so that we get more internal Microsoft engineers helping to provide solutions to this forum.
One of the biggest pleasures in my job in the past couple of years has been having the opportunity to meet, present to, and work with many members of the AX ecosystem. And I’ve learned that it’s a highly skilled set of partners that want to leverage each other where it makes sense. The Dynamics AX Community site is the tool to enable that collaboration!