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Event Preview: What to expect at September's DynamicsCon LIVE

by Jason Gumpert

Attendees of DynamicsCon LIVE in September can expect an event experience that offers both an intimate learning environment and a celebration of community growth.

Taking place from September 14 to 16 in San Antonio, Texas, event’s second iteration, put on by the Dynamics User Group, will be bigger than their 2021 live conference but organized around maximum access to both expert session and peer discussion. At the heart of that format will be a set of dedicated spaces for each product track, which will allow attendees to stay mostly in one place as the sessions change. That model will mean less hustling between rooms when sessions end and more time engaging with presenters and other attendees during breaks.

“It is more inviting when you don't have to switch rooms. We saw this last year, people gravitate together between sessions. It allows for more Q&A, and more support to the users,” explained DUG president Molly Fuchsel.

The agenda at DynamicsCon LIVE offers a lineup of presenters that is 45 percent Microsoft MVPs, with other consultants, users, and Microsoft representatives making up the balance. The event will have five product-focused tracks: Dynamics 365 Business Central, Customer Engagement, Finance & Operations, GP, and Power Platform.  Sessions will be fifty forty minutes with an aim to allot ten minutes for questions and discussion at the end of each.

The session experience will also differ from last year’s because a planning committee curated the agenda. “The programming committee found [the right people] to present and co-present specific topics, such as an MVP or ...

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Prior to co-founding, Jason was a Principal Software Consultant at Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC), where he implemented solutions, trained customers, managed software development, and spent some time in the pre-sales engineering organization. He has also held consulting positions at CSC Consulting and Monitor Group.

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