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I’m very happy to announce Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Services, published by Packt Publishing and authored by Kenny and myself. It is the successor of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Services which was very well received. Based on the feedback you had, we started working on an update in September 2013. We have gone through all existing content, updated and improved it, and added a lot of new content. We are really happy with the result and are excited to hear your reactions.
We are working hard on the book at the moment, the expected release date is May 2014 but you can already pre-order it.
Read on if you want to know what to expect and have a chance to win a copy of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Services.
We have challenged ourself to create a book that we ourself would want to read. Because of that, instead of only providing a small update, we have also added a lot of new content. To reader of the first book, it can be summarized as follows:
For new readers, we will make a chapter freely available on the Packt Publishing article network so you get a glimpse of what is in the book (I will update this page when the article is online).
To celebrate this new release, we are giving away a number of copies of the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Services book:
That’s 14 copies of the book and a PackLib subscription. Here’s what you need to do to win:
Announcing new book: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Services: http://t.co/QzkkEhSZhP Retweet to win a free copy! (See link for details)
— Klaas Deforche (@DynamicsAxDev) March 4, 2014
A big thanks to Packt Publishing for sponsoring this giveaway, and good luck to you all. The contest will close on the 21st of March 2014 and I will contact you if you win (so use your real email address when commenting).
Please check the shipping info on the website of Packt Publishing to see whether they ship to you region before entering this contest and also read their terms and conditions. Some kind of disclaimer: Keep in mind that this contest is intended to a fun experience (both for me and you). Understand that I can not make any commitments regarding the delivery of the prizes. Oh, and if I know you personally you will not win a prize :-). You can both comment and retweet by the way. Comments will have to be approved by me (so it might take some time to show up) but that’s only to avoid spam.
Good luck and I hope you like the book!
Update March 27: Contest closed, I will contact the lucky winners shortly (and update this post again).
Update: All codes have been given away, thanks for your comments!