A new book about Dynamics NAV 2013 development

First, I’d like to apologize to the readers of this blog for not updating with new and useful content about Dynamics NAV. I know the last update on this blog was back in January and it just seemed like I’ve disappeared.

The time away from this blog was not without reasons. I’ve actually been working on a book about Dynamics NAV 2013. The title of the book is called:
Getting Started with Dynamics NAV 2013 Application Development

It’s a book that teaches new users, whether end user or beginner, on how to create an application in Dynamics NAV 2013 based off of a real project that I’ve done in the past.

I hope you will enjoy the book as much as I did writing it. If you enjoyed my style of writing, which is probably one or two of you, now you can extend the joy in a full book version. I tried to bring my unique sense of dry humor so you won’t get too tired going through the whole book.

A big special thanks to Daniel Rimmelzwaan for his extra efforts on being the content editor of this book.

Here’s the link to the book with the full information:
http://www.packtpub.com/getting-started-with-dynamics-nav-2013-application-development/book

Getting Started with Dynamics NAV 2013 Application Development

Getting Started with Dynamics NAV 2013 Application Development

  1. Done reviewing “Getting started with Dynamics NAV 2013 Application Development”.

    You can find my review on http://www.amazon.com

  2. Thank you for reading it!

  3. Alex, what about writting a few books on the functional side of the business, Finance, Manufacturing, Trade …

    I surely could use a Manufacturing book, it’s a beast that I’ve been avoiding for the last past 10 years :mrgreen:

  4. You know what’s funny is that I actually approached Packt about a book topic relating to the business side of NAV. But it was quickly shot down… Check out my recent blog posts on manufacturing, I hope it would de-mystify and uncomplicated manufacturing process in NAV for you!

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