Master the Dynamics AX 2012 service architecture using Packt’s new Book and eBook

February 2013

Packt is pleased to announce the publication of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Services, a complete tutorial that provides the knowledge needed to implement services with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. This book is available now in print, eBook, Kindle and select library formats. The print book comes in at over 196 pages and is competitively priced at $35.99, whilst the e-book and Kindle versions are available for $20.39.

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Development Cookbook

May 2012

My second book Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Development Cookbook was published in May 2012 by Packt Publishing. It is the update to my previous book Microsoft Dynamcs AX 2009 Development Cookbook.

This book is packed with over 80 practical recipes that will help to learn and improve your programming skills in Dynamics AX 2012.Comparing with the previous book, three new chapters - Using Services, Improving Development Efficiency and Improving Dynamics AX Performance - were added, existing chapters were updated with improved and new recipes.

More information about this book including full description, table of contents, sample chapter, code and other stuff can be found on the publisher’s website.

If you have any comments or questions please use the form below or site’s contact form to submit your thoughts.

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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Development Cookbook

December 2009

My name is Mindaugas Pocius. I am freelance Dynamics AX developer, consultant, and trainer currently living and working in the UK. I am also a webmaster and one of the owners of this website. Here I would like to announce that my book - Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Development Cookbook - was published in January 2010 by Packt Publishing.

During numerous Dynamics AX implementations, I noticed similarities in application development patterns. I noticed that different customers request very similar modifications to be implemented. Since then I started building the list of most-often used modifications and their principles for future reuse. In this book, I would like to share those pieces of code with the rest of the Dynamics AX community.

Microsoft Dynamics AX Development 2009 Cookbook contains a list of useful Dynamics AX modification – recipes – along with all required code and in-depth explanations. Most of the recipes are presented using real-world examples in a variety of Dynamics AX modules. The step-by-step instructions along with many useful screenshots make learning easier. More information about this book including full description, table of contents, sample chapter, code and other stuff can be found on the publisher’s website.

This book is mainly for Dynamics AX developers above beginner’s level, and is primarily focused on delivering time-proven application modifications. For beginners as a good starting point I could recommend another book called Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Programming: Getting Started which was released in December 2009 from the same publisher.

I have put a lot of effort and time in developing and presenting my ideas and best practices which I collected over the years when working as a Dynamics AX developer and consultant and I would be delighted to hear some feedback. So if you have any comments or questions please use the form below or site’s contact form to submit your thoughts.

Happy reading!