Please note: the Session Catalog is now complete! For those of you who’ve been watching since we began this back in December, you’ve seen an evolution in the Session Catalog for certain. All of the breakout sessions for our eight tracks are now published, along with scheduled times. You can also view the breakout session titles over on the Agenda page; here on the Session Catalog page, we provide rich filtering capabilities to help you drill down to the sessions that interest you most.
Use the search tags below to locate sessions of interest. To assist you in finding the sessions most appropriate for your role and skill level, session tagging guidelines have been used for Skill Level and for Audience.
Level 100 (Introductory): Product/technology features, functions, benefits overview
Level 200 (Intermediate): Specific Product/technology technical drill-down
Level 300 (Experienced): Product Migration, deployment, architecture, development
Level 400 (Advanced/Expert): Custom Code, scripts, application solution development, architect infrastructure designs & solutions
Business Decision Maker: CxO’s, Controllers, Directors, Executives, Faculty and General Managers
Technical Decision Maker: IT Manager/Directors, Directors, Managers
IT Professional: IT Manager/Directors, IT Project Managers, Application Developers, IT, Developers, Database Administrators
Power User: Controller, Director, Manager, Analyst, Project Director/Manager, Applications Administrator, Faculty
End User: Accountants, Purchasing Agents, Human Resource
A good tag to start with is the Track, as every session has been categorized by track. From there, you can filter sessions by audience and skill level to view sessions that meet your particular needs. The “product filter” helps identify sessions that may include one or more products, such as Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Outlook. Sessions that are newly added within the past two weeks will be noted as “NEW”.
To gain a better understanding of the Session Code and to help you better manage your breakout schedule, read the Session Code guidelines.
XX = Session Type
YY = Primary Track Affiliation
|CS = Concurrent
||KY = Keynote
|GS = General Session
||BOF = Birds of a Feather
|ID = Interactive Discussion
||UB = User Group Breakout Session
|HL = Hands on Lab
||DD = Deep Dive
AX = Microsoft Dynamics AX
GP = Microsoft Dynamics GP
CRM = Microsoft Dynamics CRM
NAV = Microsoft Dynamics NAV
SL = Microsoft Dynamics SL
BL = Business Leadership
OF = Microsoft Office
PP = Potpourri, no specific product affiliation
ZZ = Sequential Numbers based on entry of Information, beginning with 01
R = Indication that this is a session that repeats.
-# = Indication of the sequence of the repeated session
Sessions that are repeated at any time will have a ‘-#’ at the tail end to denote that 1)the session is part of a repeated series and 2)which sequence that session falls in:
CSAX01 (single session; no repeats offered)
CSAX02-R1, CSAX02-R2, CSAX02-R3 (session offered three times)