WinDays9: see you in Opatija next week!

imageOften you don’t even notice how quickly time goes by, except for a few milestones, which happen once a year and remind you that another one’s over.

WinDays conference is one of such milestones, and I’ve barely published a handful of posts here since the last time it was the most discussed topic in Croatian IT community. So, an incredibly short year later, here’s another one: WinDays9.

I’m not going to tell you much about conference, you can read most of it on it’s official site (click here). I’m just going to invite you to visit my presentation named “What’s new in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009” (surprising, eh?) on Thursday, April 23, at 11:00AM at Juraj Šporer conference hall.

I’m especially proud that I’m delivering this presentation in this hall, because it’s the hall where I’ve delivered my first presentation on WinDays 2, seven years ago.

For most of you, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 is no news this far into its RTM stage. However, in Croatia it hasn’t arrived yet and it’s very much anticipated. This presentation aims to explain what’s new and why it’s important, and what to do in the meanwhile that we are waiting for it’s arrival.

If you are from Croatia, speak Croatian, and attend WinDays, you can read more about the presentation on WinDays official page, by clicking here then locating my name in the speakers’ list, and clicking it. I’m sorry that there is no direct link to it, but you can click your way to it easily.

Listen folks, I’ll have to ask you a favor. At the beginning of this year I committed to posting a new post every Monday and every Thursday, every week. So far, I’ve done it. But this week is a crazy one for me, I don’t know what, where and when I’ll have to do while in Opatija, so if there is no post this Thursday here, turn a blind eye to it, deal? Thanks, I know I can count on you!

If you are attending, I’m looking forward to seeing you there. If not, well, pitty, ‘cause you should.


Vjeko has been writing code for living since 1995, and he has shared his knowledge and experience in presentations, articles, blogs, and elsewhere since 2002. Hopelessly curious, passionate about technology, avid language learner no matter human or computer.

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Dave Roys

    I hope you’re going to take a big stack of Implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 books and be doing a book signing 🙂

    Since you’ve probably already made more blog posts on NAV this year than the rest of the world, I’m sure we can let you off a couple of days or so.

    1. Vjekoslav Babic

      @Dave: yes, we have organized a big book signing party, we’ve made it invitation only due to extreme interest, we’ll feature Jay Leno as a host and John Cleese as a special guest 🙂 Should I mention I’m just kidding? Unfortunately I’ve only took 10 copies of the book with me, but we are going to distribute vouchers which can be later redeemed for a hard-copy. I only don’t know what criteria will be selected for getting a voucher. All-in-all, it’s not going to be *THAT* much advertised during the conference.
      Anyway, thanks for a couple of days off. If nobody else says what they think, I’ll just take it you spoke on their behalf 😉

  2. Funkygraz

    Well, I’m just glad for all your insights and the opportunity to spar with you in these comments. So from a pure self-interest standpoint I need you as sharp as can be, go go have fun and not overstress yourself.

    Plus, maybe all of the interactions over there will spark some new insight which you can blog about. Not being Croatian I will not be attending, but have fun playing with the other kids ^^.

    Maybe you can do a Twitter kind of deal, where you just post one liners to amuse me.

    1. Vjekoslav Babic

      @Funkygraz: thanks for being such a faithful visitor of my blog, if it is half as good as you make it sound, I’m a happy man 🙂 Actually, I’m no good at oneliners, all my posts are basically hundred-liners, so I don’t think I’ll tweet too much around these days. But you can never tell…

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