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ITP20 - Microsoft Dynamics GP Service Based Architecture

Friday, October 13
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Location: Bayou C - Delta Mezzanine Level M

Format: Presentation
Level: Intermediate
CPE: 1
Version: GP 2015/R2, GP 2016/R2

Come learn the ins and outs of Microsoft Dynamics GP Service based architecture with experienced developers and Microsoft MVPs Mariano Gomez and David Musgrave. Understand how to build window wrapped and decoupled service procedures, publish them, and test them. See some cool demos showing you how to test and leverage the services you build.

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Mariano Gomez Bent

Lead Software Engineer
Mekorma, Inc.

Mariano Gomez Bent is the Lead Software Engineer at Mekorma, Inc. and a council member of the Association of Dynamics Professionals. Gomez specializes in Microsoft Dynamics GP development and multiplatform systems integrations with Microsoft technologies. He is the original developer of the Microsoft Dynamics GP Spanish version for Latin America and the Andean Area and the author of The Dynamics GP Blogster (dynamicsgpblogster.blogspot.com), recognized by his peers and user community as a top Microsoft Dynamics GP blog; has been named Top 100 Microsoft Dynamics Most Influential People by DynamicsWorld UK. He is a regular at former Microsoft Dynamics Convergence, Microsoft reIMAGINE, and GPUG Summit.

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David Musgrave

Managing Director
Winthrop Development Consultants

David Musgrave is Managing Director of his own development and consulting business. Based in the suburb of Winthrop in Perth, Western Australia, Winthrop Development Consultants offers a range of Microsoft Dynamics GP add-on products as well as development, consulting and training services to the ISVs, partners and customers of the Microsoft Dynamics GP community.

David is known for his many products including GP Power Tools (previously the Support Debugging Tool), Visual Studio Integration Toolkit (previously Menus for Visual Studio Tools) and the Batch Posting Service Toolkit. He was also the original author of Named Printers, Omni Tools, Omni Price, Advanced Security, Field Level Security, Business Activity Statement (for Australian GST), and SnapShot. He has also made many contributions to the code of Microsoft Dynamics GP.

David has presented many popular sessions at customer and partner conferences and delivered training around the world. He is active in the Microsoft Dynamics GP community and has contributed to the partner, community and user group forums as well as his Developing for Dynamics GP and Winthrop Development Consultants blogs. He has been recognized with both Microsoft MVP and GPUG All Star status.

Outside of work David enjoys spending time with his family, cycling, DJing for parties, robotics, technology and gadgets (not necessarily in that order).

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