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The hits are coming fast and furious this morning. I previously blogged about the release of the Implementation Guide for CRM 2011, and only minutes later had to update the post to account for the release of the SDK
Microsoft has released the SDK (Software Development Kit), Implementation Guide (IG), and Planning Tools for Dynamics CRM 2011. These tools are indispensable references that cover customizing and extending CRM, system architecture, process design, installation of the CRM server and related components, and much more. The SDK is available here. The IG and Planning Tools are available for download here.
The Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Administration Bible is only a few weeks away (March 1, 2011) from being available! After lots of hard work and long hours, we’re going to celebrate by giving away five copies of the book for free!
To be entered to win a free copy, just sign up to follow C5 Insight on one of the various social channels that we offer (you must have a United States mailing address to be qualified). You can click here to follow us on Twitter. We’re planning to select 5 winners on March 21, 2011 (or once we have 200 new followers across our social channels – whichever comes first).
Or, if you’re in a hurry, then use the link to the left to order your copy today (our kid’s college funds thank you)!
For those of you who are interested in SharePoint 2010, the book includes a chapter on the “out of the box” SharePoint integration and a special appendix on customized SharePoint 2010 / CRM 2011 integration written by Curtis Hughes.
What’s next? We’ve created a site for the book (www.dynamicscrmbible.com) and we need to get the finishing touches on it ... Gotta get going!
The download for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Beta is now available from the Microsoft Downloads site:
It's the week after Microsoft unveiled Dynamics CRM 2011 at the Worldwide partner conference and my head is still spinning from all of the great new features and strategic improvements that will be coming soon. Read on to learn about a small number of the most powerful additions you can expect to see in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011.
Microsoft is making a number of groundbreaking announcements at the Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) this week - in particular relating to the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. Read the rest of the post to learn more.
We will be making a showing at Microsoft WPC in Washington DC from July 11-15 this year. WPC - or Worldwide Partner Conference - is Microsoft's annual event targeted at their partner community. Microsoft expects over 10,000 in attendance (in fact, I think I recently read that they had already surpassed that number).
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