Announcing the release of the Microsoft Project and Project Server 2007 October 2009 Cumulative Update

Same guidance, resources and best practices as this: Announcing the release of the Microsoft Project and Project Server 2007 August Cumulative Update Check out Brian’s blog post for more information: Project Server 2007: October 2009 Cumulative Updates (CU) are Available as well as this from the SharePoint team: October 2009 Cumulative Update Packages for SharePoint…

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Application Lifecycle Management Resource Center for SharePoint Server

The following resource center is now available on MSDN: Application Lifecycle Management Resource Center for SharePoint Server Find guidance, best practices, articles, white papers, and documentation about Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) for custom applications built by using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. For similar content for EPM check the following: Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solution…

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Ramp Up Launches SharePoint for Developers Track – Part 2

Last November Microsoft Ramp Up Program: Just Launched SharePoint for Developers Track Part1, Part 2 has just been launched! It’s a great opportunity to learn about SharePoint development free of charge! Since Project Server is a SharePoint application I highly recommend learning the fundamentals using Ramp Up. Part 2 includes: Level 1: Page Navigation Level…

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Running SharePoint Server and Project Server 2007 on Windows Server 2008 R2 Beta

It works! I downloaded the ISO from MSDN and followed the instructions to deploy SharePoint Server 2007 and Project Server 2007 on Windows Server 2008, and it works like a charm on R2 (notice the Windows 7 similar toolbar at the bottom with the big PowerShell icon)! What’s new with Windows Server 2008 R2 check…

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Upcoming Project Server webcasts – Mark Your Calendar!

Please find below a list of EPM 2007 webcast in the coming months as well as on-demand webcasts (recorded in the past 4 months) . These webcast are primarily targeted to  IT Professionals and will present in details key aspects to consider when you evaluate, plan, deploy, and operate Project Server 2007.  On February 12th,…

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How to report Project Risks at a Program Level?

<Update June 2010> As a reminder as mentioned in this MSDN article: SharePoint Database Access “process for acquiring that data should be through the built-in SharePoint object model, and not by using any type of query to the database.” hence a much more elegant and supported solution to address this request is to use the…

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Warm up your Project Server and SharePoint VPC in seconds!

Yet another cool tool from CodePlex: SPWakeUp – Wake up your Sharepoint and WSS Sites written by Andrew Kennel. A great tool to warm up and optimize your demo performance as well as your favorite SharePoint farm. A simple application that touches each site and site collection on a Sharepoint or WSS server to rebuild…

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Announcing the CodePlex release of ShUIE (SharePoint User Interface Extender)

David Kitchen, Louise Brigthon and Calvin So from PCubed have recently released the following CodePlex project: ShUIE (SharePoint User Interface Extender): ShUIE is an addition to Microsoft SharePoint that allows a developer to inject JavaScript and CSS fragments depending on the context of the page being displayed. JavaScript and CSS injected can be optionally minified,…

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Announcing the release of the December Cumulative Update for Project and Project Server 2007

The December Cumulative Update was released on December 16th. The next Cumulative Update (CU) is scheduled for the end of February, then Service Pack 2 will be available between February and April and it will include the February CU. From this point forward each Cumulative Update will consist of a package that contains the latest…

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