Well, since you’re on this page it might be a good idea to write a little something about me (I guess).
My name is Simon Fischer and I’m a “tech-guy” (not sure about this, but everything else seems too limited) from Hamburg, Germany. This City is also the reason for this Blog name: “HH” is the shortcut for “Hamburg” on car license plates, so it’s basically “Simon of Hamburg” (I wasn’t very creative finding an available domain-name 😅)
In 2007 I started my professional training/apprenticeship with .NET development (preferably C#). I worked at an end-customer and mostly developed internally-used tools and started a little bit later with customization of the brand new Microsoft Business Solutions-Navision 4 system (which shortly after that became Microsoft Dynamics NAV).
A couple of years later (I was just 22) I felt the need to move to a bigger city and found a place in Hamburg, Germany (after all the 2nd biggest city here). Since then I’m on the service-side of Dynamics NAV/Dynamics 365 and help customers with everything related to our beloved ERP system.
I never really limited myself to “just” development or to a specific language/framework. I like getting around new tools, languages, etc. and use most of my free time in this area.
Things I’m familiar with (on a level that makes me confident enough to list them public 😉)
- Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Dynamics 365 Business Central
- Development (almost anything, probably except for “Inventory Profile Offsetting” 😅)
- Consulting (pretty good understanding in all SCM-related areas (Purchase, Sales, Warehouse), general understanding of other modules)
- .NET / C#
- SQL Server
- Azure (ARM / CLI)
- Azure DevOps
- … probably more that I can’t think of right now.
Contact me on Twitter, LinkedIn or GitHub (please understand that I won’t include my e-mail address to avoid spam).