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Hi Dynamics gurus ,
I was working as QA ,i came to know dynamics from one of my friend and is it advisable for me to learn dynamics ? I am basically a BE graduate .
Is coding knowledge required for this as I have no idea of dynamics .
If advisable to learn which module is the best one and how are the job openings ?
Please suggest me .
There is no code knowledge required to be a user of Dynamics, everything is prosented in a GUI interface. As far as which module to learn, I think that depends on what you are trying to accomplish and what your business uses.
Start with Finance module (it's the core), then study Trade and Logistics and proceed to Production and Master planning. These are the most important modules and if you have knowledge of them, everything else will be easy.
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