17. Mai 2011 23:13
Eric is one of the founding partners of iFacto Business Solutions (http://www.ifacto.be). With his 10 years of technical expertise, he is an everyday inspiration to its development team. As development manager he continually acts upon iFacto’s technical readiness and guarantees that he and iFacto are always on top of the latest Microsoft Dynamics NAV developments. Apart from that, Eric is also very active in Microsoft Dynamics NAV community-life where he tries to solve technical issues and thrives to share his knowledge with other Dynamics NAV enthusiasts. Surely, a lot amongst you will have read some of Eric’s posts on Mibuso.com, Dynamicsusers.net or his own blog (http://www.waldo.be), which he invariably signs with “waldo”. A few years ago, he co-founded the Belgian Dynamics Community, a platform for all Belgian Dynamics NAV users, consultants and partners, enabling knowledge sharing and networking. His proven track record entitled him to be awarded since 2007 as MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional).
Jorg is an expert of MS Dynamics NAV and has been since 1997 within the areas Project Management, Consulting & Development. Since 2003 He has been writing books on the topic of Performance Optimization & Troubleshooting, The NAV/SQL Performance Toolbox and The NAV/SQL Performance Field Guide, for NAV with SQL Server. Jorg from Germany who runs his own company STRYK System Improvement supporting NAV customers & partners worldwide. As well as finding to time to publish The NAV/SQL Performance Field Guide and blogging at http://dynamicsuser.net/blogs/stryk/ Since 2006 Jorg has been supporting Dynamics customers and partners within their NAV projects as a freelancer.
Working with Microsoft Dynamics NAV (formerly known as Navision Financials) since April 1997 (Version 1.10a) as a developer at several Microsoft Business Solutions Partner Developer Experience in all Versions from NAV 1.10a until NAV 2009 R2 Founding the German Microsoft Dynamics Community http://www.MSDynamics.de (formerly known as http://www.MBS-Support.info) in November 2004 The history of http://www.MSDynamics.de Most Important Milestones of MSDynamics.de: 14th Nov. 2004: MBS-Support.info founded 22nd April 2005: Accepted as “Microsoft related Community” 20th Nov. 2005: “Featured Community” in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 26th May 2006: Renamed into MSDynamics.de 22nd July 2006: First annual Community Meeting 04th Dec. 2007: Accepted as “Microsoft Dynamics Community” for AX, CRM, NAV
Mark is an all-round Microsoft Dynamics NAV specialist. He started in 1997 as an end user but quickly moved to the other side of the table. During ten years he has worked for resellers where designing and maintaining add-on systems was his specialization. Some of these add-on systems exceed the standard product where it comes to size and complexity. Also coaching colleagues and troubleshooting ‘impossible’ problems where passion is part of day-to-day work. Mark has trained most of the experienced NAV developers for the NAV 2009 product in The Netherlands and Belgium. Today he is working freelance, is hired by almost every NAV reseller in the Benelux area and also frequently asked to help out in escalated implementations by end users. Mark was the first world wide to use the NAV 2009 (CTP3) product in a production system feeding back valuable information to Microsoft. Since 2007 he is involved in the development of the ‘SQL Perform Tools’. Mark maintains his blog on http://www.brummelds.com. This blog contains a wide range of articles about both the Microsoft Dynamics NAV and SQL Server product. He is also a frequent speaker at Microsoft events. In 2006 Mark was rewarded by Microsoft with the Most Valuable Professional award for his contribution to the online and offline communities. In 2007 he also reviewed Programming Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
Often referred to as the finest AX developer in Germany. He is certainly one of the best German Dynamics AX developers who have resisted the temptation to fall in to the arms of SAP. He has been a regular contributor to the GLS layer for Germany and is involved in some of the largest AX implementations; his blog blog.ak-home.net regularly has a readership of over 3000 AX developers and consultants. It is with his blog that he has come to wider prominence, it is the insight that he has brought to the issues that happen on the hardest of implementations that have brought him a large following and his ways of solving these issues that have been followed by developers across the globe.
1. Juni 2011 16:22
1. Juni 2011 18:44
Danke für die ErinnerungDanjo hat geschrieben:Wäre das nicht wieder ein guter Beitrag für die Historie?
20. Juni 2011 20:43
Danjo hat geschrieben:Gratulation auch fünf :)
Wäre das nicht wieder ein guter Beitrag für die Historie?
20. Juni 2011 20:51
Wer weiß, ob er es geschafft hätte, wenn er nominiert worden wäre.Lord_British hat geschrieben:... aber ich frage mich, ob Kowa auch drin gelistet ist?
Soviel wie er zum Thema Lagerregulierung beigetragen hat, müßte man ihm eine goldene Statue auf dem Gelände von Redmond bauen.