In October last year I started work with Packt Publishing on an updated version of the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Cookbook by Mark Polino. The new book is the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Cookbook and I was told by the publisher earlier this week that it has been published;
This new Dynamics GP Cookbook has a focus on Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, the latest version of Dynamics GP released in December 2012 with a chapter dedicated to new features as well as other chapters referencing other new features where they extend existing functionality, as well as dozens of other recipes on how to improve use of Dynamics GP from both a technical and functional standpoint.
I also worked with Packt Publishing recently on the Microsoft Dynamics GP Techniques Online Learning Course which was released on the 31st May.
In fact, I seem to have worked with, or interacted with, a number of times recently; I did Technical Reviewing for two Microsoft Dynamics CRM books, one of which (Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Applications (MB2-868) Certification Guide) was released on the 3rd May and did some reviews on recently released books I was interested in reading (Leslie Vail’s Developing Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Applications, Mark Polino’s Building Dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Excel 2013 and Alex Libby’s SASS CSS How-to; all of which I would recommend).
As with the Microsoft Dynamics GP Techniques Online Learning Course I owe thanks to all the people at Packt Publihsing as well as the Technical Reviewers; Vaidy Mohan, Joseph Tews and Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP Jivtesh Singh.
I also owe thanks to Mark Polino who wrote the first version of this book for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010.
The Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Cookbook is available to buy now in either paperback or eBook. If you read it, please let me know what you think.