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Piloting Dynamics AX Companions Online Courses

Posted by Author, Curator, Visually Impared Squirrel Literacy Advocate & Dynamics AX Technical Solution Professional (TSP) at Microsoft on

This weekend we are testing out a new offering for the Dynamics AX Companions project which is online training courses based on the Bare Bones Configuration Guides series of books and also the Dynamics AX Tips and Tricks series of books. If we decide to start transferring all of the content that we have over to this platform then it could be a personal training resource for you all on Dynamics AX, and even a corporate training platform to get everyone in your implementation team up and going with Dynamics AX and also provide a way to track the learning paths for everyone to see if they are doing their homework.

This platform is not cheap to set up and configure so we wanted to get some feedback from you all to see if this would be something useful so we’ve opened up the sample courses for everyone while we pilot the service.

If you want to check out the sample course that we have used to test this service then you can see it here: http://daxc.litmos.com/online-courses

After you register and log in then you will be able to see the course and also the learning path which will eventually be populated with all of the modules that are related together so that you have a roadmap for your training.

All you need to do is click on the course and you will be able to start the walkthrough.

We have included step by step instructions on how to perform the hands on training lab – although it will be prettied up a little more in the future so don’t judge it off the current template:

And also if you look in the Additional Reference tab for the training you will see that there is a downloadable cheat sheet that you can use to help you along the way as well.

Please take a look and drop us a note on what you think about it.



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