Category Archives: MIcrosoft Official Curriculum

July changes to Dynamics Operations (AX 7) Certification and Amish Territory

Many years ago when I was new and a small town, junior programmer, an extremely accomplished senior software developer architect gave me some very precious advice. He told me that if I wanted to be successful as a developer than I would have to accept the fact that 20% of my knowledge will become outdated […]

Dynamics Certification Path Update: SQL Seniority Penalty, new MCSA, and MCSE

Some good and bad news.. So, after having blogged earlier this week and lamenting about no higher certifications for “Microsoft Dynamics AX/Operations/AX7/Operations and Financials”, I learned that Microsoft is now offering an MCSA and an MCSE for the new Dynamics Operations. This was welcome news. I had been strongly advocating this during the past 4 […]

Thoughts on the New Dynamics Operations and Financials Development Certification (MB6-890)

Today I got around to taking the only Dynamics Operations Technical exam during my lunch break from work. I passed it, but I thought I would write this post for all of you hard core technical people who are burning the midnight oil to keep those skills current and verified. It’s a challenge to keep […]

How to copy your labs off the virtual Machine when taking Microsoft Official Curriculum Machines, plus copy and paste.

One of the most common requests that I get when teaching development courses is how to copy and paste from the electronic pdf’s(courseware) to the labs. There is often a lot of code and lab time could be spent more efficiently by copying and pasting code than typing out hundreds of lines. This allows for […]