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Monday, May 14, 2012

Book Give-away: Hold a chance to win free copy of the 'Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Development Cookbook', just by commenting!

Packt Publishing have two copies of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Development Cookbook to be given away to two lucky readers of this blog.

How you can win:
To win your copy of this book, all you need to do is come up with a comment below highlighting the reason "why you would like to win this book”.

Duration of the contest and selection of winners:
The contest is valid up until June 1st., and is open to everyone. Winners will be selected on the basis of their comment posted.


Packt Publishing writes about this book: "Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Development Cookbook is written by Mindaugas Pociusis, a recognized Microsoft Certified Professional for Dynamics AX who is also one of the leading experts in Microsoft Dynamics AX. This is a practical cookbook, designed to demonstrate advanced development techniques for exploring data manipulation concepts in Dynamics AX. With the creation of custom lookups using AOT forms and generating dynamically from the X++ code, readers can enhance applications by using advanced form controls to create various Microsoft Office documents for exporting/importing business data for further analysis.

After reading this extensive cookbook, readers will not only be able to create and manage purchase and sales orders from code, but also create a custom electronic payment format and process a vendor payment using it. This book will help Dynamics AX developers to go beyond the basics of Dynamics AX programming and use implementations which can also be applied to learn the functional aspects of Dynamics AX."

Please note that comments are moderated and your comment will not appear immediately.


AND THE WINNERS ARE:
"Nick Peterson" and "Gorjan".

17 comments:

Praveen said...

Makes life simple and should be a great time saver!
If I had the book I would get my first opinion for a topic that needs clarification and then validate it from Google, MSDN and Technet posts for deeper understanding.

I believe that pretty much sums up how our life revolves! It is a must have.

Ivan said...

We would like to win this book because we desperately need to leverage our level in writing AX applications!

Sematic Software Team
ivan.pololi@sematic.com

Anton said...

I've worked in Dynamics AX for some times now, and to see the new version is really excite me because it is offering so much improvement as an ERP.

Hopefully this book, AX 2012 Development Cookbook could enlight me to help my daily work as a developer.

Looking forward to go through it.

Best luck,
Anton

marlena said...

I read previous version and it help for my works.

Hopefully this latest version will do the same.

Marlena Sanjaya
erathia5@hotmail.com

Jimmy said...

I'd like to win this book since it's so unique, there is very little detailed information yet out regarding the development in AX 2012. Yet a lot of customers are jumping fast on the AX 2012 train.

The fact this book seems to have real often occuring scenarios (i.e.: No Hello World/Foobar crap) is extremly promising, especially for a developer.

nail said...

I want this book as a first stept for a Dynamics AX certification.

... cn

Nick Peterson said...

Looking forward to any new books on AX 2012, makes the bookshelf more official looking ;)

Oscar Nyman said...

I think this might be a way to get in deeper and to get more inspiration to build some really strange stuff inside Dynamics AX. Would be great to have on my desk as a companion on my way through Ax 2012.

Unknown said...

After reading the 1st chapter, I like the way it's organized. It first shows step by step "How to do it", then it explains "How it works" so we understand what happens on the background, Furthermore, if there's an alternative method or more advanced topic, it's explained at the spot through the "There's more" section. So when you complete the topic, you will have a clear understanding of the function.

I'm not the only AX developer in my company, and since this book will be on my desk as a reference manual and the other 3 AX developers will have a look on it, It's very likely that we will buy more copies

El-Sayed

Truong Cong Da said...

Why do I want this ebook?
I've followed this series for AX 2009 and I found some good helps there. I'm going to participate in a new implementation in AX 2012 so the first thing comes up to me is this book to let me well prepared for my project.

Gorjan said...

Having in mind that the first edition was extremely useful, I'm convinced that this book is a must have for every AX Developer.
Personally, I know that inside the book I can find answers to many questions and real world problems I'm facing at my everyday job as a developer doing customizations over the standard Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.
In that way, I'll extend my knowledge knowing the easiest/best solution to the most common scenarios.

pvsax said...

I really need this book as I switched from a consultant role for an AX Partner to the sole and lonely internal AX guy for an end-user.
To keep up my knowledge I think this book is excellent material! :-)
Cheers,
Philippe

Asser Fahrenholz said...

I'd like to win this book to get a better grasp of the inner workings of Dynamics Ax 2012. I've been part of several 2012 implementations in my short career and have yet to find an exhaustive source of development information. I hope this book can change that.

Setiaji said...

This book make my code a lot simpler then before. Specially in chapter 1. Processing Data part Exporting data to an XML file ( i read it online on safaribooks site ). Somehow, i follow standard AIF, its quite a lot step just to export xml. Its clearly your books make my day cheerfull. Thank you..

Setiaji - setiaji.kurniawan@gmail.com

Manoj Parashar said...

I read the earlier version of this i.e. for Ax 2009 and found very illustrative. In order to full fill my current client requirement every time I need to write exhaustive lines of code. And I feel once I get this book it will ease out my life a lot. As this books tell you how to accomplish real time scenarios using code(what all objects needs to touch upon).Else every time I have to research a lot just to figure out respective objects details.

Thanks
Manoj Parashar
manoj.parashar04@gmail.com

Palle Agermark said...

Nick, please forward me some contact info in a new comment (I wont publish it of course).

Regards,
Palle

Arrowsoltraining said...

Mr.Palle Agermark yours given a grate way to get this offer thank you i am looking for this free Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 book
thank you i am waiting for this offer
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