About

Created to enlighten, or something like that…

Informative and technical articles providing insight into the world of Dynamics CRM. The blog contains news reports, technical write ups, code examples and tools.

Blog by Rhett Clinton MVP – based in London, UK.

Email: rhett.clinton[AT]gmail.com

I am a Solutions Architect primarily focused around Dynamics CRM, this is demonstrated by my extensive experience in leading projects and developing Dynamics CRM solutions since 2004. A Microsoft Certified Business Management Solutions Professional, a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) and a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD), I am passionate about Microsoft technologies especially Dynamics CRM.

I thrive on delivering solutions to customers that really make a difference, require creativity and I have over 10 years industry experience with CRM and ERP systems. I blog about Dynamics CRM, moderate in the Dynamics CRM Forums offering assistance to help the community and I have also developed a number of tools for Dynamics CRM which have been made available on Codeplex. I am co-author of the CRM Field Guide and am a Microsoft MVP for Dynamics CRM.

 

 

2 Responses to About

  1. KayKay says:

    Hello,

    how can I access the metadata information within a silverlight application?
    Currently I’m trying to develop a silverlight solution for crm which supports multi-language functions
    so I have to get the display names of the entity attributes somehow.
    I’ve been searching for days now but couldn’t find anything although i think, this isn’t a rare problem.
    Could you give me some advice?
    (Please excuse my poor english-skills)

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