Where I have been for the past eight months…
This blog started enthusiastically, I had as many as 14 posts per month. Taking into account that blogging was only a hobby, I blogged like crazy. Then I went silent.
No, I wasn’t tired from blogging, I didn’t experience a writer’s block, quite the contrary! I was working on a project. A top secret one. Now it has been done, and here are the results: a book called Implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009.
The book is co-authored by my friend David Roys, a.k.a. Gaspode, and me, and it discusses the freshly released Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009: the new architecture, the RoleTailored client, the implementation approach, the dos and don’ts, with a lot of examples, tips and tricks and insight into the new version. I am definitely biased at this, but I’ll say it nevertheless: it’s worth a read.
The book is targeted primarily at consultants, those starting with the product, and those having experience with it already but wanting to learn the new ways the latest release has introduced, and those who want to quickly understand the new features.
The book will be published by PACKT publishing this month, and it has just been announced on its publisher’s website. Go check it here, see if its worth your time (I assure you it is; I offer no money-back policy though ;-)).
For me, it’s time for a break now. From writing books, that is.
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Well Vjeko, what to say – sincere congratulations to you andn David. I know (at least some part) how much you’ve been working on this book and I am sure happy to see it done now. It could be nice Xmas gift for every NAV consultant this season, don’t you think so? 🙂
Vjeko, congratulations! I hope your book will become NAV bestseller… 🙂
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Proud to have such colleague :). Sincere congratulations, pal. Hope you sell whole first edition soon…
Congratulaions Vjeko!! NAV 2009 continues to attract a lot of attention. I am sure your book will be a SELL OUT!!
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This is great news Vjeko – I’m looking forward to reading it.
Congratulation Vjeko, it is awesome, and I know it will be a real pusher in the technology. Can’t wait to get it… 🙂
Sinisa, thank you! And thank you! For the comment, and for the “business”. Now that it’s over, maybe it’s time to execute the action plan from our last e-mails… what was it about, “tschewaptschitschi”? 😉
There is always something to learn from you 🙂 – thanks for the book -I’ll really need it!
I’m looking forward to buy one soon!
Thanks, Domagoj! I hope you find it useful. Please let me know!
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Hello, I want read this book.
Where have this book’s pdf file.
guest: you can purchase this book in PDF format from the publisher’s website. Just click on any of the links (there are two in the text) or on the book cover, and you go directly to the book’s homepage on the publisher’s website. Thanks!
Vjeko: Thank you tell me.
Congratulation Vjekoslave Babić!
Svaka čast! Ponosni smo što te zanmo!
Tomi: Hvala, hvala! 🙂
Nestrpljivo čekamo prevod na hrvatski ili sl.!!!! Bravo za ovakvu ideju!!!
Ljubiša: Hvala za komentar! Ako bude dovoljno interesa, možda bude i prijevoda… kako stvari stoje, lako bi se to moglo dogoditi…
Nadam se da ćemo uskoro opet čuti koje predavanje na user grupi. MBS grupa je nešto utihnula u posljednje vrijeme… No sjećam se jednog predavanja koje si držao – super je bilo, trajalo je skoro dva sata duže nego je bilo predviđeno, sve dok čistačice i čuvari nisu došli zatvoriti dvoranu:
Vatroslav, hvala što me podsjećaš 🙂 Eeee, ta vremena… Valjda će biti još prilike i za takve stvari, nadam se i ja.
Congrats! good job.
Thanks for this book.
i am new to this field..hope can get this book…and start my new journey.