If you haven't yet jumped on the Mark Polino bandwagon, you need to, as he's not only one of the most passionate, insightful experts in the GP professional community, but he can also make you laugh, which afterall, don't we all expect to have a little fun in the social media world?
Mark Polino is a Microsoft MVP for Microsoft Dynamics GP and a Microsoft Certified IT Professional – Dynamics who has worked with Dynamics GP for more than 10 years. Along with being the author of the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Cookbook and the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Lite Cookbook, he also runs the popular Dynamics GP website at www.DynamicAccounting.net and works as a Principal Consultant for I.B.I.S., Inc.
In between providing an insane amount of support for the Dynamics GP user community, he writes some light-hearted, entertaining short stories such as "A Space Alien’s Guide to Microsoft Convergence," which provides a fun look at Microsoft's premier, intergalactic conference for it's Dynamics customers. An educational peice - yes. A boring read - no way.
And now Mark has published "A Yeti’s Guide to the GPUG Summit 2011: Adventures in Accounting with Microsoft Dynamics GP." If you're planning to attend the Summit, especially if this will be your first time at the event, this guide will help you prepare for the sessions and the expo, as well as prep your inner party animal!
Have some fun while networking and learning in the GP community and connect with Mark:
- At the GPUG Summit 2011, November 9-11 in Las Vegas
Have fun you Yetis, Space Aliens, Wiseguys...Hope to see you at Summit!