Who are you following?

Update april 12th - added a few to my list - have more reading to do:-)

Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics NAV is part of a vibrant community with a lot of very active people. Tweets, blog posts, webinars, books, github projects could easily fill up my day just trying to follow everybody who are working on our product. This blog posts lists some of the people/sites you can follow if you, like me, are passionate about Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics NAV.

If you only follow one blog (beside my blog :-)), it should IMO be the NAV Team blog.



If you only follow one person on twitter (beside @freddydk :-)), it should IMO be Marko @mpdynamics365.

People i follow on twitter - and their blogs...

I follow a lot of people on twitter and the following list is not exhaustive, but these guys also have blogs where the main goal seems to be to spread their knowledge about our common favorite product. No political BS, no non-sense, just pure love for our product and as a wise man once said, the only thing that doubles when it is shared is knowledge.

In alphabetic order:

Please let me know if I should be following your blog as well?

Other important Microsoft people to follow

A few extra Microsoft people who I get value of following:

The full list of people I follow on twitter

The complete list of the people I follow can be found here:


Please let me know if I should be following you?

Conferences, forums and webinars

Besides twitter and blogs, we have the conferences, the forums and the webinars. Here are the ones that I follow:

Please let me know if I forgot any?

Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest,...

Personally, I use Facebook for personal stuff only. I typically do not share work related stuff on Facebook, but I do have a number of friends from the community as friends on Facebook. I haven't really started to use LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest or the various chat apps for anything, but it is something I will be investigating.



Freddy Kristiansen
Technical Evangelist