Upcoming Project Server Developer Webcasts: the fundamentals!

Hello my colleague Jan has just announced on the Project Programmability blog a series of upcoming Project Server developer webcasts you might want to attend to either ramp up on Project Server development or review the fundamentals.

Title Abstract Date
Project Server 2007 Architecture for Developers (Level 400)

During this webcast, we analyze all of the components that make up Project Server 2007. Once we examine the components, we discuss their importance in programming Microsoft Office Project Server 2007. Thursday, February 26, 2009

8:00 A.M Pacific Time

Project Server Interface Programming Overview (Level 300)

In this webcast, we provide an overview of what the Microsoft Project Server Interface (PSI) is and how the PSI is built. We also discuss the concepts of using Web services, custom datasets, and error handling. Thursday, March 12, 2009

8:00 A.M Pacific Time

Review of the Project Server Interface Web Services (Level 400)

In this webcast, we walk you through each of the Microsoft Project Server Interface (PSI) Web services, identify key usage of each of the Web services, and provide tips and tricks for working with PSI Web services. Thursday, March 26, 2009

8:00 A.M

Project Server 2007 Events and Workflow (Level 400)

During this webcast, we describe how events extend Microsoft Office Project Server 2007, build handlers for different events explaining when or when not to use them, and demonstrate how to use workflow as a way to illustrate event usage. Thursday, April 2, 2009

8:00 A.M Pacific Time

Office Project Client Programmability (Level 300)

We show you how to develop against the Microsoft Office Project client object model. We look at using Microsoft .NET and Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System (VSTO) for programming to supplement standard Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), and we examine connecting to Microsoft Office Project Server via the Project client object model. Thursday, April 9, 2009

8:00 A.M Pacific Time

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