Just before the turn of the century I stepped into the NAV world training hundreds
of developers of which most are still around.
After Microsoft acquired Navision I joined the Dynamics localization team as
tester and UA specialist and was acting project lead for the first new releases.
For 6 years I was closely involved with all successive releases to the (West) European
market up till NAV 2009 SP1.
As of September 1st, 2009, I joined Imtech ICT Dynamics Solutions as Sr. Technical
Consultant, where I was (1) leading product development as Product Manager, (2)
coaching dev teams at other Dynamics partners, (3) co-leading the Imtech ICT Dynamics
Competence Center (IIDSS), and (4) involved in Imtech ICT's international ERP development.
Simultaneously I became a more active community member and started blogging about
Dynamics NAV on dynamicsuser.net:
With Mark Brummel and Arend-Jan Kauffmann I founded the Dutch Dynamics Community
during fall 2010 ever since then successfully organizing local events regarding
the Microsoft Dynamics products.
In 2012 I started, next to his job at Imtech ICT, his own company, called fluxxus.nl,
doing various projects including conducting training on the use of NAV and Team
After leaving Imtech ICT, I also joined the major Dutch schoolbooks reseller
Van Dijk Educatie as Quality Assurance Lead and NAV Developer. Next to being involved
in day-to-day development I introduced the use of scrum and Team Foundation Server
now being their main tool for Source Code Management and Planning.
Since 2011 I has been rewarded 5 times in a row the Microsoft award “Most Valuable
Professional” (MVP) for MS Dynamics NAV for this community work.
I am not a bits-and-bytes pro, I am not a C/AL wiz, but it always seems I do
have a certain view on things that helps others to open eyes.
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