Monday, July 23, 2007


Microsoft Dynamics AX

Updates have been long overdue on this blog and now’s as good a time as any … so here goes. Having graduated from NED University as a Computer and Information Systems Engineer in March, I had been seeking meaningful employment opportunities and was fortunate enough to find a good job as a Software Developer at a promising software organization (name not mentioned on purpose).

The bulk of my work requires me to get acquainted with (for now) with Microsoft Dynamics AX 4.0. For those who do not know what Microsoft Dynamics AX is, check out the Wikipedia article here. In short, the entire Dynamics solution is an attempt by Microsoft to gain some foothold in a market led by Oracle’s SAP solution. Anyhow, I have been most impressed with the work they have put into this great software and the potential it carries for more cool features. It has its own IDE called MorphX and programming language, called X++. It is object-oriented in nature and bears a close resemblance to C# and Java. Needless to say, I’ll be blogging a lot more about Dynamics from now on since now my job requires me to work directly with it. So more on it later, you could take a look at its official web site for now:

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