As a quick retrospect of the last 3 years, I believe I have gained significant experience with Microsoft Dynamics CRM, SharePoint, .NET, and Enterprise Application Development. I worked hard, thought hard, and made sure that I have been doing the right thing for my project and the applications that I was developing. I tried to discipline myself by leveraging the best practices that I have learned from the community, which has been a great achieving 3 years.
March 31 is going to be my last day with my current employer, which means on April 1st, I will be jobless (What a April fool's day!).
We have a small local community of Microsoft Dynamics CRM development work in the city where I live. What this means is, I might have to go with different development practice, such as .NET, SharePoint (admittedly, I much prefer MSCRM when comparing to SharePoint) or even something totally different (maybe Ruby or Python). In other words, I might be leaving MSCRM community for a short period of time. But I will still try to keep an eye on Microsoft Dynamics CRM, particularly I will stay on Microsoft Dynamics CRM Development Forum by helping the community whenever I can find time.
Speaking about the business opportunities that I am looking for, I am listing what I can offer to help for MSCRM platform.
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM Development
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM Solution Architecting
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM Planning and Implementation
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM Data Migration and Data Integration
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM Document Automation and SharePoint Integration Solution
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM Development Training
If you want to offer me a job or a contract work (it doesn't have to be MSCRM), please do so, I am very positive that I can help in certain ways. If in any case that you may want to offer me a technical executive position, you will have to buy me a cup of coffee so that we can sit down and have a talk. ;-)
You may reach me by my personal email at (danielwcai at gmail dot com).
[Update - Mar 23, 2011] I have decided to pursue a local contract position, which is not relevant to MSCRM. Thanks for your time. I apologize if this blog post has caused any confusions in the community.