From the Microsoft Dynamics AX Blogs: A retiring blog; Rainier reflections; Auto-deploying DLLs; Twitter info in AX contacts;

End of an era in Dynamics AX blogging

Brandon George has just announced that he's retiring his Dynamics AX blog in October of this year. He's going to continue to write, but more on the pure business intelligence side of the things. You can find him at, where he will be focusing on business intelligence and analytics, while still including Microsoft Dynamics AX.

Here's what George has to say in his own words:

"It's been an amazing eight years of writing and covering the Dynamics Ecosystem. At least coverage from my perspective of the Dynamics world. In doing so, I've been honored to have received a Microsoft Dynamics AX MVP award for both 2012 & 2013.


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