Today is a special day. Our member "AdamRoue" has reached a total of 10,000 posts on the Dynamics User Group.
CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU ADAM! You really have helped 1,000's of members of our community, both with Navision/Dynamics NAV and Axapta/Dynamics AX! You have seen how this site has changed from being a site which was almost 100% Navision focused to a site which is now almost more AX, than NAV. I'm sure that the high quality of your answers is one of the reasons.
You have been a moderator for almost as long as I remember (I don't remember that well), first for the NAV Manufacturing & Supply Chain forum and the last 5-6 years (?) for the AX End-User forum.
Although I'm "officially" the number on the "Most Active Members" list, then, if we exclude the fact that I'm automatically becoming a friend with all new members (who doesn't remove me!), then Adam would surely also be number one here.
Thank you again!
Have a great day, Erik
Thank you, it has always been a pleasure to learn through answering users questions and posting on here has become more of an addiction than anything else.
Time to retire?
Steve Weaver | Dynamics AX Solution Architect - UK
This forum post is my own opinion.
In reply to AdamRoue:
In reply to Amol:
Great work. That is a lot of helping going on.
David Singleton - MVP Dynamics NAV
Dynamics NAV Consultant since 1991
Available for Navision system
In reply to David Singleton:
Congrats Adam, Your forum has helped many of us understand the product in depth.
Also, I take this chance to wish Mohana, my ex-collegue to reach this spot every soon.
Also, I take this chance to wish Mohana, my ex-colleague to reach this spot every soon.
In reply to Vinodh:
Congrats Adam, keep up the Good Work
In reply to Mohana:
Congrats Adam. Beating your bench mark will definitely be a tall order!
Harish Mohanbabu Long way to go before I sleep ..
Congratulations Adam.. I guess its not the time to retire. AX is emerging and we have to have people like you.
All the best!!!
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