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Dynamics AX 2012 Community Panel Created to Answer Development Questions

Now that AX 2012 has been around awhile and more and more organizations are diving in, the Dynamics Community team has taken the opportunity to help you get some of your development questions answered that may have you stumped. Understanding that not everyone has the time to dive into the problems and find a solution, the Dynamics Community team has engaged some of its most active members to answer your top questions around development of Dynamics AX 2012.
Here are your experts making up the panel:

Brandon George - Chief Solutions Architect / Owner, IDB Solutions, LLC. Brandon has focused on implementing and supporting Microsoft Dynamics AX for many years, working on projects that scale from small concurrent user counts, to large enterprise accounts that span the globe. A featured Dynamics Community Columnist, as well as sits on the Editorial Advisory Board for MSDynamicsWorld.com.

Jon Rivers – is a Partner Account Manager with Data Masons Software. He has extensive experience with integrating ISV/3rd-party solutions for various ERP platforms, but has spent the last 6+ years working exclusively in the Microsoft Dynamics® eco-system. As a native of England and having also assisted a leading Microsoft ISV in developing its Microsoft channel in Asia-Pacific, Jon contributes a global perspective to his role. He is also a Social Media Enthusiast for the Dynamics Community and active within the various User Groups.

Joris de Gruyter – Joris has 10 years experience as a developer with Microsoft Dynamics AX and started on Axapta 2.5. He currently is a Technical Services Supervisor at Sikich. Certified in Dynamics AX development and Microsoft Certified Trainer in AX development. Joris was part of the AX 2012 beta program, wrote AX 2012 hands-on labs on CLR, Eventing and debugging for Microsoft for Dynamics AX Technical conference in Redmond.

Dilip Nair – A seasoned Dynamics AX Expert, Diip is self-driven, highly innovative, customer focused who can research, design/develop, implement and automate cost effective ERP Solutions using Dynamics ERP. Successful delivery of largest retail chain implementation of Dynamics AX 2009 in the world (Go-Live for 800 retail stores across Australia). His current focus is on Dynamics AX and related .Net technology stack using SQL, C#, ASP.Net, Sharepoint and Business Intelligence for AX.

Now go get started with your questions as you only have until July 13th to take advantage of this panel!

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