Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Development Cookbook
This book contains a list of useful Dynamics AX modifications - recipes - along with all required code and in-depth explanations. Most of the recipes are presented using real-world examples in a variety of Dynamics AX modules. The step-by-step instructions along with many useful screenshots make learning easier. This book is for Dynamics AX developers, and is primarily focused on delivering time-proven application modifications. Although new X++ developers could use this book along with their beginner guides, this book is focused more on people who are willing to raise their programming skills above the beginner level, and at the same time learn the functional aspects of Dynamics AX. So, some Dynamics AX coding experience is expected.
- Electronic book text | 352 pages
- 16 Dec 2009
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Mindaugas Pocius
Mindaugas Pocius is currently a freelance Dynamics AX technical and functional consultant, and a trainer at DynamicsLab Limited (http://www.dynamicslab.com). The company specializes in providing development, consulting, and training services for Microsoft Dynamics AX resellers and customers. Mindaugas started his IT consultancy career back in 2001 while studying for his Information Technology Master Studies at Lithuanian University. Since then he has become a recognized Microsoft Certified Professional for AX in all of the major areas: Development (including Enterprise Portal), Configuration and Installation, Financials, Project, Trade and Logistics. He is also a Certified Microsoft Trainer for Dynamics AX, and has delivered numerous Dynamics AX Development and Financial trainings across Europe. From 2001 to 2009, Mindaugas has participated in over 15 Dynamics AX implementations, ranging from small (10-15) to international (100-500) user projects. He has a wide range of experience in development, consulting, and has played leading roles while always maintaining a significant role as a business application developer. During numerous Dynamics AX implementations, Mindaugas noticed similarities in application development patterns. He noticed that different customers request very similar modifications to be implemented. Since then he started building the list of most-often used modifications and their principles for future reuse. In this book, Mindaugas would like to share those pieces of code with the rest of the Dynamics AX community.