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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Short book review: Implementing Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise Edition

Authors: Rahul Mohta (@RahulMohta8), Yogesh Kasat (@yogeshkasat) and JJ Yadav (@JJYadav)

Link to purchase: https://www.packtpub.com/big-data-and-business-intelligence/implementing-microsoft-dynamics-365-operations

This book covers the implementation process for a D365FOE project from A-Z. It combines theory with real life experience and it collects information you would have to look up multiple different places otherwise.

The book is very much up to date, also with information about the July 2017 release. It’s an impressive achievement to make the book so much up to date, taking into account the pace of changes from Microsoft. One thing that is not up to date though is the description of the database log implementation which has changed in the July 2017 update.

I currently work with ISV product development, not doing project implementations currently and I can say that I have learned a lot from this book. I could definitely see myself use this book as reference for future work.

A digital copy of the book was provided at no cost for me, by the authors, for the purpose of this short review.

1 comment:

bane_m said...

I got a chance to read the book and as far as I can tell, this is one of the worst books written I've ever read about any IT system. It just goes into rough description without going deep into details and without teaching neither developer neither user to use Microsoft Dynamics. It more looks like a student tries to pass some kind of test. After reading half the book I learned nothing, they just go with endless enumerations and, as an author my self, I was learned this is worst data to present something. Sorry but personally I find this book worthless.