Getting Ready for Development with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 – Part Two: Training

April 5 2011

In the first part of this series I covered the vision as I see it for development with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. In this article I want to look at the training aspect of the Dynamics AX 2012 preparation that all Dynamics AX partners, ISVs, and other developers should now be initiating.  The ambitious 2012 version will bring with it one of the most aggressive and demanding learning curves ever for a new Dynamics AX release.  With Convergence

About Brandon George

Brandon George is a Microsoft Dynamics AX MVP, and President, America's Region, for Hillstar Business Intelligence. You may recognize him from his retired blog or his new BI focused blog Brandon brings hands-on implementation and customization experience in Software Development, Database Design, and SQL Server and leads a team that is charged with helping clients put their data to work.

He has extensive experience in information systems including X++ programming, systems analysis, systems design, configuration, and project deployment. His diverse background in information and business systems gives him a great capacity to interact with people from various business areas and levels. He has outstanding analytical, problem solving, and communication skills as well as proven ability to help people understand complex issues. 

Brandon has worked on numerous large scale implementation projects for Microsoft Dynamics AX and MicroStrategy BI.

His commonly used skills include, but are not limited to:

  • Microsoft Business Solutions and .NET Framework knowledge
  • Microsoft Dynamics AX and MicroStrategy BI hands-on implementation experience
  • Systems architecture and design
  • Applications development
  • Database design
  • Project Management
  • User Training

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vikas's picture

the above post was really useful I am not having a partner source id ,still where can i get those development videos or atleast the link to those videos.

Dixiecrat's picture

Hello, and thanks for reading the article. Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, is not entered into Public beta, therefore check out the following post.: Within it are two links that will lead you to the current content from Microsoft, as part of the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 public beta release. A lot more from Microsoft, as well as fellow bloggers like myself are on the way! -Brandon

hjvdvate's picture

Hi Brandon, We as a customer are in the process of moving from AX40 to AX2012. One database, 50 companies. A good internal team of 20 consultants. And we were trained on AX2012. But now it comes to best-practises. Who can you recommend? As you say: "...If you don't have a partner, or an active partner anymore, let me know as I can recommend a really great one! ..." For developments we have a Partner, but for implementation-best-practises we are looking for one as our previous one moved out. Regards, Henk-Jan