The year 2011 has been an amazing year for AX.
Most remarkably, of course, has been the launch of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Being an engineer, on a team working on a product for several years before finally making it public available, is in all honesty a mixed experience. On one hand you are the “proud parent“ boasting of everything that was accomplished – on the other hand you know it marks the end of a long journey with a great team. The only comforts are how well “your little one” has been received, and that you know a new journey is awaiting just around the corner.
In 2011 we’ve also been treated to no less than two Technical Conferences on AX. After what feels like a decade – they are finally back. For me personally, I’d been missing these opportunities to talk to peer X++ developers and I fully enjoyed every second I spent in Redmond in January and in Nice in November. I also must say “Thank you” for the overwhelming feedback I’ve received from my presentations. It is much appreciated.
Let us keep the momentum next year – I believe AX is ready for 2012!
Enjoy the holidays, and happy new year!
I think I’m going to have a game of Scrabble with my kids without thinking too much about work