Summer is over…

The summer is over, and you might have noticed I haven't been blogging much the past few months. You might also think I've been spending the last few months on a beach on an exotic island - but nothing could be further from the truth.

Since the release of Dynamics AX 2009 I have been heads down on primarily two projects.

The first project is a feature in AX6, that in the hallways at MDCC goes by the codename: "ID-Go-Away." Currently we have a plan for solving the element id problem. The plan includes both the technical aspects and the required organizational enablers, such as the right team, management buy-in, cross-team awareness and support etc. And what's even better: We have been executing on this plan the past 4-5 weeks.

The second project is a book that goes by the name: "Inside Dynamics AX 2009". Yes, we are publishing an updated version of Inside Dynamics AX 4. Currently I have drafts lying in my top drawer of the chapters I'm responsible for. (These days my top drawer is a Sharepoint Server somewhere in a cellar in Ireland.) Next steps are editing and reviews.

On a more personal note, I also have a third "project" going on, as my wife is due mid-September. We are very much looking forward to little sleep, diapers, and all the other joys of family bonding.

Comments (4)

  1. Eddie Josling says:

    It is great reading on what’s happening with future releases of Ax!  Just a question about inventory in ax – is there any changes regarding the financial / physical inventory models and also the costing?  I’m asking this in lieu of a product called inventory II that is on the market to try and "solve" some inventory costing issues…

    Keep up the good work and good luck!

  2. Good luck with your third project 🙂

  3. dewetha says:

    congratulations on Project three :). never a better project than that!

  4. My congratulations on the baby to be born!

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