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Hello developers across the northeast. Here's the latest news for our corner of the country.

As I write this, Code Camp 9 hasn't happened yet, but I want to thank everyone who volunteered to help make Code Camp what I'm sure was a great event. In particular, I want to thank our many speakers who shared expertise and the contributing companies who donated giveaways to support the event.

If you missed Code Camp 9 and live in the Albany, NY area, you can attend the Tech Valley Code Camp on April 19. 

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Don't miss the TVUG (Tech Valley .NET Users Group) meeting tonight...

Alberto Gemin

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0: A Platform For Building Custom Applications

Speaker: Alberto Gemin, Account Manager, Infusion, Development
When: Tuesday April 8, 2008 - 6:30-9PM
Where: VersaTrans Solutions, Latham, NY

With its latest release, Microsoft Dynamics CRM is aiming to function as a flexible, robust platform for building applications that can help meet the unique needs of many business groups. This technical presentation will be composed of three parts: a brief overview of CRM concepts, a presentation of the Dynamics CRM 4.0 application focusing on architectural and development aspects as well as new features, and a drill down into application design areas, such as User Interface Management, Business Logic Design and Application Data Modeling. The session’s goal is to provide insights into the possible benefits of using a platform like Microsoft Dynamics CRM to jumpstart application building efforts.

Alberto Gemin is an account manager at Infusion Development in New York, focusing on State & Local Government and CRM. He started his career in Italy in the world of TSO, CICS, IMS and COBOL, but he soon moved to Sweden, where he worked at Ericsson’s European Research Labs. He designed real-time operating systems and device drivers, and learned a lot about multi-threading and Unix. He moved on to Accenture in France, where he became involved in CRM with Daimler-Chrysler‘s pan-European implementation of Siebel. After three years at Innoveer in London as a senior architect implementing EAI solutions for CRM systems, at Infusion he found the opportunity to expand his experience with a wide range of architectural challenges. He is Siebel and Microsoft Dynamics CRM certified.


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