Win A free copy of the ‘Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Applications (MB2-868) Certification Guide'

I have another option to win a free ebook for my readers, I am organizing a contest where I have three copies of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Applications (MB2-868) Certification Guide that I will give to our three lucky winners.

How you can win:

To win your copy of this book, all you need to do is tell us what you want to read in our blog and tell us your ideas for a blog entry for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Make sure to provide your email address, so that I can get in touch with you.


Duration of the contest & selection of winners:

The contest is valid up to next 15 days and will end on 15 May 2013, and is open to everyone. Winners will be selected on the basis of their comment posted.

You can check more details about book on

Enjoy !!!

11 thoughts on “Win A free copy of the ‘Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Applications (MB2-868) Certification Guide'

  1. Alan Coopersmith

    Hello Mahender,

    Would it be possible to include in your Blog construction of plugins that pass variables from plugins to plugins. Or summing totals from a subgrid.

    Thank you,

  2. polatad

    I’m new to MS Dynamics CRM (but have 12+ years expersience with Oracle CRM) i would like to explore the possibilities with Microsoft family.

  3. Suvarna S betageri

    Hi Mahendar,

    I would like to read the following topics from your blog :
    1. Technical challanges that faced and the resolution.
    2. Tips and tricks to build Business Analysis skills.

  4. Donna Liotta

    I would like to see blog articles about CRM 2011 dialogs, how they can be built, ideas for things they can be used for, and how they can be secured. In other words, why and how they are better than workflows.

  5. Roman

    I’d like to read about :
    1) Integration with CRM (Skype, phone systems): common principles, existing add-ons,
    2) Polaris & Orion : what was changed (Jscript code, reports etc..) and what will be changed.
    3) How to create WCF for connection “CRM – third part application” (e.g. – web-shop).

  6. Katherine R

    I would love to read more case studies about successful (or unsuccessful) implementations of CRM. THANKS!

  7. abdul

    I experienced the issue related with silver light .xap web resource which interacts with database , in my case i had three cascaded dropdown for country,state and city on account form which should load on form load event form Database , i configured web.config for the connection and its working fine on visual studio but not in CRM 2011, i added .xap as a silverlight web resource and inserted in Iframe.

    in short web resources interaction with database in crm 2011, what we can achieve using plugins,custom workflow with example.

  8. Mubasher Sharif

    I want that you to write a blog regarding to Windows phone application and CRM 2011 integration. That must be a simple application that performs CRUD operations with CRM online and CRM on-premise.

    I hope i win the book. 🙂


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