About time to get started again…

Yes, I know. My blog hasn’t been updated for a loooong time and it’s about time to get started again. On November 30th marks it has been 10 month since my last blog entry.

A lot of things has happened since January and some things have stayed the same.

My favorite product is still Microsoft Dynamics NAV and I am still very passionate about Web Services, the RoleTailored Client and everything you can do with NAV – so all of these things haven’t changed.

But why the long wait then???

Well – I decided in January that I was going to relocate back to Denmark.

That doesn’t take 10 months! – you might think and no – it doesn’t, but ever since moving to Redmond in 2007, I have been driving to work on the freeway called 520 and the people who have been there will know that when you pass under the bridge of 40th you can see Mnt. Rainier in the distance and every single time i saw that amazing mountain, I thought to my self – one day… – I will be standing on top of that mountain.

So, I signed up in January to climb Mnt. Rainier on September 9th – 12th 2010 – and so I did. Accompagnied by Per Mogensen from Mergetool.com (NAV Partner), we both made it to the top on the morning of September 12th.

I am on the left side and Per is on the right side.

Climbing a mountain like Mnt. Rainier is a hard job and requires a lot of training and in January, I was in the worst shape of my life, so basically I used 8 month to get into the best shape of my life and thats where all my spare time went. After that relocating to Denmark, selling stuff, buying stuff, getting settled in – yeah you get it – time goes by.

But, I have a lot of good stuff to share, things that I have demoed at Convergence (both US and EMEA) and at Directions US and EMEA.  Of course things are centered around NAV and new functionality in NAV and with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 coming up – there are a lot of cool things to take advantage of there.

So, stay tuned for a lot of good stuff coming up.

Freddy Kristiansen
PM Architect
Microsoft Dynamics NAV

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