Two More MSDN Webcasts Coming

It seems like I’ve been doing Project Programmability webcasts for months… oh yeah I have :).  There are still two more left, check them out: Date Session Title April 23, 2009 Office Project Client Programmability May 14, 2009 EPMAuditing Solution Starter Drilldown Both start at 8:00 AM PDT.

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Been Cheating on My Blog…

Yes it’s true I’ve been cheating on my blog and (it’s too embarrassing to say)… posting to another blog.  If you want to see what I’ve done, go to the Project programmability blog.  Here are the posts: MSDN Webcast: Project Server Events and Workflows, Demos & Q&A MSDN Webcast: PSI Review, Demos and Q&A MSDN…

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Upcoming Project Server Developer MSDN Webcasts

HI All, I’ll be delivering a few MSDN webcasts, below is the schedule.  Hope to see you there.  Feb 12, 2009       Project Server and Project Portfolio Server Advanced Customization Feb 26, 2009       MSDN Webcast: Office Project Server Programmability (Part 1 of 4): Project Server 2007 Architecture for Developers (Level 400) March 12, 2009  …

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Lions, and Tigers, and Guids… oh my!

Everything in Project Server and SharePoint have Guids associated with them.  A friend asked about generating new unique Guids for repeatable deployments.  So of course I started writing a little console application to use System.Guid to generate the new Guid (I’m a developer, I always think in code).  But as I started thinking about emailing…

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EPMU Developer Classes

I’ll be delivering the upcoming EPMU Developer classes.  I wrote this content about two years ago for beta participants on Project 12.  It’s been updated by a couple different people since then, it’ll be fun to see the differences.  Should you want to attend this, or any other EPMU classes you can go to the…

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He’s Back….

After a year hiatus, I’ve found a doctor to do a partial reversal of my management lobotomy ;).  I’ve done my management job so well, that I get to do that and some consulting on the side, you know like a hobby.  Everyone needs at least two jobs, so I’ll be working part time for…

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Larry Has Left the Building…

Last April I took a new job at Microsoft as a consulting manager.  This means my Project Server development has been shrinking toward zero (obviously you can’t let managers write code).  I still get questions from people periodically from my blog.  I realized that I never really announced that I wasn’t maintaining this blog anymore. …

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TechEd 2007 Presentation

I got a request over a month ago for my presentation from TechEd.  I missed the request buried in the thousands of spam comments I get :(.  So attached is the deck, you already have the samples in previous posts. Under the Godfather heading of “Everytime I get out they pull me back in” I…

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TechEd 2007 – Sample 3

This is the final sample from my TechEd presentation.  It’s an event that captures the Project Published.  When the event is triggered, the project being published is read, then output as an Xml file. ProjectAuditEventHandler.zip

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TechEd 2007 – Sample 2

Here we go with the second sample, the Project Server Explorer.  This sample opens a list of projects.  Then you can look through all the propoerties and DataSets for a selected project.  The key was binding the columns in the DataSets to controls. Project Server Explorer.zip

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