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Colorado Springs, mostly
Mom.Wife.Nerd.MVP nerd.
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While teaching a course last week, several students got the following error. CRM is getting better and better at descriptive error messages. But the items the students were adding were not deleted and were absolutely searchable. So this error message,... Continue reading
Are you just waiting for your claim to fame? Ready for the riches that follow? Well, we have what you’ve been waiting for! Our CRM developer user group, xrmvirtual, needs a new logo. Ours is tired. You can win a... Continue reading
A few months ago, while at the Pluralsight Author Summit, they hosted an open Q&A with the founders. The room was full of authors from around the world and many many Pluralsight staff. Aaron, Fritz and Keith are great guys,... Continue reading
In February of 2002 the .NET framework was released. The same month, INETA was born. The International .NET Association has served user groups and the developers they serve all around the globe. In the beginning, funding was plentiful. But there... Continue reading
We are on our journey back to the US and are routed on Lufthansa from Oslo-Frankfurt-San Francisco. We had upgraded on our cancelled flight on United and that carried over to today’s route. We board our Oslo-Frankfurt flight and are... Continue reading
I wanted to let you know about a great free event that Microsoft and the MVPs are putting on, May 14th & 15th. Join Microsoft MVPs from the Americas’ region as they share their knowledge and real-world expertise during a... Continue reading
2013 CRM Field Guide released- almost 1,000 pages of MVP knowledge! Brought to you by the same team you've already learned from in CRM 2013 QuickStart, CRM Mobile Survival Guide and more. As always we bring you internationally recognized CRM... Continue reading
As I finish getting ready to start my next trip I wanted to take a minute to invite you to join in the fun, the Innovation Challenge. This (very) friendly and fun competition gives you an opportunity to work with... Continue reading
As Women’s History month comes to a close, I decided to share a bit about some of the women in my life that inspire me. This list is by no means complete. Some have provided professional inspiration, all of them... Continue reading
Lots and lots of buzz going on around Convergence and what we might see and learn. Who will we meet? What connections will we make that fills our pipeline for the year? Why not get a head start and attend... Continue reading
For more than a decade INETA’s been helping professional user groups. We’ve helped you have great speakers. We’ve sent swag boxes. We see you at conferences. We’re not stopping those things. But what else do you need? Tell us. Here.... Continue reading
I’ll be there….holler if you want to help…send along the link to any young women you think should attend. Here’s the details: Microsoft is excited to announce DigiGirlz 2015 is open for registration. Please join us on April 15th, 2015... Continue reading
I went to a tech conference this past week. We all know that as women in tech we have become used to less than stellar treatment. I have spoken and blogged and written many times about women in tech and... Continue reading
CRM MVP Joel Lindstrom has authored this great, easy read. If mobile is on your to-do list, you need this book. Order direct from the publisher at In the Dynamics CRM Mobile Survival Guide book, you will find tips... Continue reading
Disable the First Things First Lady. Great idea, the “First Things First” lady. The tour. Anything to help jump start user adoption, right. But we couldn’t make her stay gone. Now you can! In System Settings, scroll to the bottom... Continue reading
Ask my friends, I am not a prude. I like to have fun, with my friends. I let loose, with my friends. I’ve been known to curse like a sailor and tell an off-color joke or two, with my friends.... Continue reading
Here’s some info on a series of events put on by some pretty big superstars. Both Dave and I will be at the event in Denver on October 20, 2014. There are several events, scroll for the link to the... Continue reading
As I dig in more and more to MDM I find myself struggling to remember what all the icons mean and what they do. So I prepared myself a list and figured there must be others out there that need... Continue reading
Are you looking for a reason to come to beautiful Colorado? Well, Denver Dev Day is happening again October 18, 2014, in time for our fall colors. If you’ve never seen the stunning golden aspen trees, you really should! And... Continue reading
We’ve already release the ebook, now the full color print is ready. Head over to and use code JulieYackQuickStartBook for a discounted price on the print book. Hope you enjoy it! Continue reading
So you wonder where I’ve been? I’ve been doing many many things I can’t yet share. But something I CAN share is the new book! First, the important stuff: Site: Discount: JulieYackCRMQuickStartEBook (20% off the ebook) We decided to... Continue reading
One of our biggest rights and obligations as Americans is to be heard. We have an absolute obligation to make sure our legislators hear what is important to us, they represent us. Sure, we do it all the time with... Continue reading
Denver Dev Day will be Saturday, June 14th, 2014 at the Innovation Pavilion in the Denver Tech Center. The event leadership team includes many of the same talents that brought Trifecta to Colorado. This one-day event targets enthusiasts & professional... Continue reading
Now before you assume this doesn’t apply to you, I mean all booth staff, if the title makes you uncomfortable, then I’m not sure how you found your way here at all. I’ve been doing these conferences for a while... Continue reading