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Microsoft Dynamics NAV Experts Get Together On Cleanup Effort

by Jason Gumpert

Dusty table 

It started slowly enough, with occasional blog posts scattered over weeks and months. But more than half a year and fifteen suggestions later, the idea of a Microsoft Dynamics NAV "cleanup" has gained momentum among NAV MVPs and other experts who want to identify the smaller and less visible issues that have accumulated in Dynamics NAV over time, much like dust and clutter in a messy house. And like a good house cleaning, fixing such issues doesn't require too much effort if done in a timely manner, no walls to be knocked down or new plumbing to be installed. But such improvements by Microsoft R&D require regular attention - and maybe a little friendly prodding.

The "Let's Clean Up NAV" series added its latest recommendation recently, published by Microsoft MVP and NAV blogger Luc van Vugt. He has also been documenting the full catalog of clean up items and participants. More recommendations seem likely as the initiative continues to add supporters across the online NAV community. Most recently, van Vugt noted that the group had gained support from Microsoft MVPs Soren Klemmensen and Mark Brummel, as well as Jeremy Vyska. That's in addition to veteran NAV MVPs Jorg Stryk and Alain Krikilion, as well as Marcel Duizendstraal.

van Vugt characterizes the cleanup effort as a friendly and humorous series of suggestions to Dynamics NAV R&D in Vedbeak, Denmark. For anyone not steeped in NAV history and solid technical and functional knowledge, the cleanup suggestions can ...

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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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