10 Days until the Project Conference

That’s right, in 10 days we’ll be kicking off the Project Conference down in Phoenix, Arizona. The product team has been very busy finalizing our presentations and demos to make sure this conference is the best yet. The entire program management team will be there along with a bunch of developers and testers so you will have plenty of chances to interact with the people behind the software.

We are all very excited since we finally get to show off Project 2010 after all the hard work we’ve put into it. Don’t worry though, there will be lots of sessions on Project 2007 too where you can learn how people are using Project today to save money, enhance efficiency, and prepare for future growth (yep, took that last part from marketing).

If you haven’t registered yet, there is still time. Just go to www.msprojectconference.com

Top Reasons to attend (in my opinion):

  • Learn how to get the most out of Project 2007
  • Be there for the unveiling of Project 2010
  • Giveaways! Everyone who attends will receive a free licensed copy of Project Professional 2010 and free Project Professional 2007 e-learning.
  • The Rodeo Evening Event.

And in case you are wondering, I will be leading two sessions – ILL 201: Project Professional 2010 Overview on Wednesday (this is a lab session where you will be able to try out Project 2010) and PO 304: Project Desktop Reporting on Thursday. If you are attending and have any feedback about the session, let me know. Well, back to finalizing my demos and figuring out how much sunscreen to pack to survive in the desert…

Comments (1)

  1. I’m going to be there. Looking forward to both the 12 hours flying and 18-20 hour journey.

    I must say that I’m growing weary about continued reference in many places, including the conference’s web site, to "everyone who attends will receive a free licensed copy of Project Professional 2010".  This appears not to be the case.  

    It is only available to people who live in United States of America, or Canada.  Those of use who live in the rest of the world are not part of "everyone".  

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