I thought I’d put together a few reasons why you, the Dynamics CRM developer, should be attending my Extending Dynamics CRM 2013 workshop on July 21st.
Reason #1: Hands-on Instruction
Can you type? Good; because you’ll be doing a lot of exercises.
While I like to hear the sound of my own voice, nothing beats practical practice and all of my courses have lots and lots of labs.
Reason #2: The Goodies
My main job is Dynamics CRM architecture and development. I have lots of tools that help me do my job and I share some of those with my development students.
Mostly they are code samples and frameworks to help you become more productive as a Dynamics CRM developer.
Reason #3: What Other People Have To Say
Don’t take my word for it, here are what some former students had to say about the workshops they attended:
Mitch’s Plug-in Development workshop helped me get out of the gate and a good way down the path of C# development for Microsoft Dynamics CRM – including both Plug-ins and Workflow Assemblies.
Mitch is an excellent instructor who responds to all questions and helps people along at their own pace.
I highly recommend this workshop for anyone who is looking to get into the Microsoft CRM development game. It will accelerate your process and save you more than enough time to pay for itself.
Your class was an eye opening experience. In addition to learning about Plug-In Development this class exposed me to so many other aspects of Microsoft Dynamics CRM that I was not aware of.
Marlon R. Joseph
Application Analyst III
Houston Baptist University
I found Mitch Milam’s workshop to be a great way to jump-start my plug-in development. Besides presenting class material in such a way that it was easy to comprehend, Mitch also provided Visual Studio templates. These templates proved to be extremely useful because they take care of the necessary plumbing when writing plug-ins, speeding up the development time. Additionally, the labs we worked on in class covered real-life scenarios directly applicable to my day-to-day work. In fact soon after the workshop, I solved a business problem by building a plug-in that was based on one of the labs we worked on in class.
Reason #4: There Are Only 15 Student Openings
As I mentioned, this is all hands-on so I have to put a limit to the number of students that can be part of the class. 15 people is at the upper limit of my typical classroom size, but since Microsoft doesn’t offer this course as Instructor-led, I want to make sure I can get as many people trained as possible.
Reason #5: A Bonus. Maybe.
I have a Dynamics CRM Architecture course under development and if I get enough students in the Extending course, I might just give you a free preview the week of July 28th.
So, what are you waiting for?
Sign up today. Review the original announcement for more information and a link to the registration page:
And drop me a line if you have any questions:
mitch at xrmcoaches dot com