Hi, I am Brian Roney, a software development lead on Microsoft Dynamics GP. I have been working on the GP product since 1996 when I was an intern at Great Plains Software. I have mainly focused my development in the system area of GP. Currently I am helping lead the development activities of the Web Client project. Outside of Microsoft I have 2 daughters, ages 5 and 1, that keep me busy riding bikes, swimming, coloring and building sandcastles. I also enjoy watching American football (Go Packers!!), fishing, archery and hanging out at the lake and campfires with family and friends.
It is my pleasure to introduce an upcoming series of posts from the Microsoft Dynamics GP Development team focusing on the work to produce a Web Client version of Dynamics GP. The team has been working very hard over the last 10 months and some very cool innovation has been done to bring us closer to a Web Client. There is much work to do yet as you can imagine. Over the next year or so the Development team will be releasing some articles that will hopefully give everyone a look into the learning, work and innovation that is happening to produce the web client for your favorite ERP solution. We are hoping for a new post every two months or so.
The first post is about the Push Button control and the process we went through to deliver the proper implementation. It is a good example of the learning we are continuing to go through as we gain more experience during this project. We don’t have topics picked as of yet for the whole series but they will span the variety of areas that are being built/modified to support the web client project. As you can imagine the team is very busy and may not be able to respond to any questions/comments you post but please don’t hesitate to comment. Thanks for reading the series and thanks for the continued dedication to the Dynamics GP product and developer community.
Until next post,
For other posts in this series go to: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/developingfordynamicsgp/archive/tags/developer+insights/