I started working with Navision in 1990 and since then I've done almost everything in this industry.
In 1995 I started the Dynamics User Group, formerly Navision Online User Group and Microsoft Business Solutions User Group. Here on my blog I write mostly about the Dynamics Community, my experiences with Microsoft and especially the Dynamics NAV and Navision projects I'm working on, but also how it is to work as a self-employed Navision freelancer, Navision contractor or whatever you call it.
Last week was my last day working for ISS. That was the first time in my life that I have been fired. Well except for one time in 1988, when I had a job as a exhibition booth builder before I started college to become a programmer.
So at first it really a big chock. Somehow I not seen it coming. And that despite many signs that I can see now after it happend.
But now after a week I'm almost thankful. My last 6 month, yes actually the last year at ISS have not been fun at all. So now I can look forward. I can find new roads to walk.
That's also why you have not seen me so active here on DUG the last week. For the first time in 4 months I'm not number one on the list of top posters on the site.
Instead I'm now actually working on how to bring DUG to the next step. Now I actually have the time to do so for a while. I also have some vacation in Thailand coming up here in April.
Next I need to figure out what to do going forward. Should I take a job? At an end-user or at a partner? Or should I go back to be a freelancer? Or start a "real" company?