Mickey Gousset and I were recently looking for some resources on getting started with Microsoft Project Server. So I emailed my friend Ameya Bhatawdekar on the Team Foundation Server program management team. Ameya is not only working on the out-of-the-box integration between Visual Studio Team System code name “Rosario” and Project Server, but he also used to work on the Project Server team. Here’s what Ameya suggested to get started with Project Server:
Gary Chefetz’s books are a good read (book 1, book 2) as is the one from the one from Quantum PM to get a good overall understanding of the EPM solution. Have a go through the role guides to learn about the EPM system from a roles perspective.
Thanks, Ameya! I’ll have to add this to my ever-growing tech reading list.