Supreme X++ is a blog on the subject matter of development and tricks and tips for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.

The target audience is mature individuals who like to have fun and talk development nuts & bolts. There will frequently be satire and if you have difficulties separating fact from fiction or making up your own mind, this blog might not be for you.

All opinions expressed in this blog may or may not be my own, but they definitely do not necessarily reflect the opinions of my employer or of Microsoft Corporation.

I would recommend never taking code directly from the internet, but if you do, make sure you know what it does and thoroughly test it before applying it to any important environment. Code provided in this blog is for entertainment and educational purposes. Do your own work. =)