If you are thinking about getting into the world of Navision (Dynamics NAV) and want to be the best Developer or Consultant out there, and you want to make good money in a great job, then its easy. Just learn the following:
That's it, thats all you will ever need to know to become a true Navision professional. So start learning.
20=A, pretty sure it was B.
Where is your data coming from, it is reliable, is it NAV2009?
Yeah all that learning of manuals or working at experience is for suckers, this is the much better way!! You can get a job as senior right away and make customers think you are not a fresher!!
Hey - what happened to you all? Sudden spring sunstroke? Or so spring affects Moderators? Or only MVPs ?
I believe it is a release of frustration from many recent posts where posters have been using the forum as a training environment, or asking how they become good consultants etc. This is hightened by when you give advice it is seemingly not appreciated, you get no feedback, you are told you are wrong etc. So David was clearly trying to shortcut the need to do basic training on the forum and allow the posters to become seasoned NAV experts and allow them to begint o contribute back to the community by answering the majority of questions being posed.
Although the weather has been unseasonally hot in the south of the UK, so it could well be sunstroke for me!
This a a private joke, between moderators and MVP´s, right?
Does the code mean something or is it to suggest becoming a developer bypassing the functional part?
Sorry for the nagging...
There was nothing private about it and it was not between moderators, MVP's or anyone in particular.
David has just written down the multiple choice answers to the development/finance/whatever exam. It was a joke about everyone trying to shortcut the time necessary to be able to work on NAV, just get a certificate and hey presto you are the best in the world, why bother with actually putting in time and effort.
So it is not code, just a crib sheet (which I presume is made up for the humour of the post!).
At time when this thread started, there was a flood of postings trying to use forum as tutorial, requests for exam answers, where to get braindumps and so. We never support such methods, but there is a certain group of people, for whom it seems the normal way.
They even don't understand, that first employer will fire them in a week, if even not earlier, but if they go to poor enduser, it takes him more time to understand, what kind of "superspecialist" he has hired. And afterwards enduser must spend much time & money to clean up all the mess and damage done.
P.S. "code" means exam question answers simply learned by heart: Q1 = answer A, Q2 = answer C etc etc. Miserably there are "specialists", who got ther certificates in such a way...
While I wrote my answer, Adam already managed first Seemingly topic theme worries all of us...
Thanks for clearing that up.And also to AdamRoue
I am Newcomer and I am doing a yearlong, Microsoft sanctioned certification-training programme. And I can understand the nerves of those people, that like me are trying to get certified. And sometimes things arent that well, coordinated, for the deadlines you have to get certified do not allow you time to get to know the application. I have to have all my certifications passed 3 months after the beginning of the internship, what as you may imagine is making me cut some corners, and not giving me the time to study like I would like to.
You are all right that if you cut corners you will pay afterwards. It is a bit like in School/University, the ones who cheat, are cheating themselves...
we have to learn all that ????
dont u have some magic pill or so?
Hmmmmmmmmmmm David , Denster it seems somebody has sent some love filled PM to you guys asking dumps or something like that