Following this post: Microsoft Project 2010 Events This Fall please find below a list of sessions that will be delivered at the SharePoint Conference 2009 in Las Vegas in less than two weeks:
|Project Professional 2010 Overview||Project Professional 2010 gives you powerful, visually enhanced ways to successfully manage and deliver a wide range of projects. Easier and more intuitive, Project Professional 2010 provides flexible choices to simplify planning, collaboration and resource management. This session gives the overview and demo of the key investment areas and capabilities of the next version of Project Professional 2010 including new user interface, flexible scheduling tools, views and task synchronization with SharePoint list that open a brand new exciting scenarios and ways of work.||200||Jan Kalis||Monday Oct. 19, 2:45pm, Breakers Ballroom 1|
|Project Server 2010 Overview||There is no such thing as a one size fits all project & portfolio management (PPM) solution. Microsoft Project 2010, the PPM application for SharePoint, offers flexibility and choice by providing tailored work management solutions for individual’s teams and the enterprise, to effectively manage all types of work; from simple tasks to complex projects and programs. “The Project Management Solution for SharePoint" – overview and demo of the key investment areas and capabilities of the next version of Project server, including demand management, portfolio analysis, time tracking and reporting.||200||Christophe Fiessinger||Monday Oct. 19, 4:30pm, Lagoon 2|
|Deploying and Upgrading to Project Server 2010||Learn how to deploy Project Server 2010 in your SharePoint 2010 farm and how to upgrade from prior Project Server versions. This session will discuss deployment scenarios with Project Server and SharePoint Server pros and cons of each scenario
||300||Christophe Fiessinger, Jan Kalis||Wednesday Oct. 21, 4:30pm, Breakers Ballroom 3|
We will also have a Microsoft Project 2010 booth in the Microsoft Product Pavilion so please drop by and ask plenty of questions!
Last but not least I highly recommend this great post (two more to come) from Jeff Teper (Corporate Vice President, SharePoint Server): SharePoint History