The Microsoft SharePoint Conference is the most comprehensive event in the world dedicated to SharePoint and related technologies taking place in Anaheim, CA, October 3-6, 2011.
- Technical pre-event “Project 2010 Technical drill-down for SharePoint Partners”
- 7+ breakout sessions directly covering Project 2010
- 2 booths in the expo hall staffed by Project experts
- Lots of great swag…
- … and more!
Project 2010 Technical Pre-event
Date: Sunday, October 2nd, 2011
Audience: IT Professionals, Architects and Developers from SharePoint Silver and Gold competent partners
- Keynote Speaker: Arpan Shah, Director of Project, Microsoft Corporation
- MVP Speakers: Dux Raymond Sy, SharePoint MVP, PMP and Scott Jamison, SharePoint MVP and Certified Master,
- Microsoft Speakers: Christophe Fiessinger and Jan Kalis, Senior Technical Product Managers; Steven Haden, Microsoft Consulting Services Senior Consultant
Full agenda of the technical pre-day:
8:00 AM 8:30 AM Breakfast and Registration 8:30 AM 9:00 AM Keynote: Microsoft Project Opportunity Arpan Shah 9:00 AM 9:30 AM What it takes to become a Gold Project and Portfolio Management Partner Dux Raymond Sy 9:30 AM 9:45 AM Break 9:45 AM 10:45 AM SharePoint Lifecycle Management with Project Server 2010< Scott Jamison; Christophe Fiessinger 10:45 AM 11:30 AM Project 2010 Key Capabilities – Demos, demos, demos! Jan Kalis 11:30 AM 12:30 PM Lunch 12:30 PM 2:15 PM Project Server 2010 Architecture and Administration Overview Christophe Fiessinger 2:15 PM 2:30 PM Break 2:30 PM 4:00 PM Building Solutions on Project 2010 Jan Kalis; Steven Haden 4:00 PM 4:15 PM Break 4:15 PM 5:00 PM Executive Panel with Arpan Shah, Dux Raymond Sy and Scott Jamison
More details and registration here.
Project 2010 Breakout Sessions
Session Title Abstract Speaker SPC2994 Microsoft Project and Project Server 2010 Overview In this session we will highlight the key investment areas for Project 2010, demonstrate the Microsoft Project and Portfolio Solution which is built on top of SharePoint 2010 and introduce you to Microsoft Project Professional 2010, the world’s most popular project desktop scheduling tool. We will also demonstrate business intelligence dashboards, portfolio analysis and demand management. Jan Kalis SPC242 Leveraging Project 2010 with Office 365 for Project Management Success Microsoft Project 2010 has proved to be instrumental in driving project management success for many organizations. In this session, we will discuss how to effectively create a Microsoft Project Plan, create a SharePoint-based Project Management Information System (PMIS) with Office 365 and integrate Microsoft Project information with SharePoint 2010. In addition, we’ll cover best practices around empowering a project team to share relevant information, facilitate better collaboration and build project management dashboards in SharePoint. All PMP certified attendees will earn 1 PDU for attending this session. Dux Raymond Sy, PMP, MVP SPC262 Project 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Better Together With the release of Microsoft Project Server 2010 which is built upon SharePoint Server 2010 project management has reached new heights of flexibility, and power. Project Server 2010 provides a natural growth story to SharePoint 2010 advanced capabilities. In this session, we will cover project portfolio management tools and how they can help any organization by providing insight into resource utilization, portfolio execution and alignment with strategic objectives. Tad Haas SPC273 SharePoint Lifecycle Management Solution with Project Server Is SharePoint becoming an important part of your company’s overall IT offering? If so, it’s likely that you have a need to better manage SharePoint business requests. Join industry expert Scott Jamison as he discusses the importance of SharePoint Lifecycle Management from an IT governance perspective. In this session we’ll demonstrate how business users can make special project requests through a form in Project Web App, and how Project Managers can monitor and assign resources, evaluate priorities, and manage their overall project portfolio more efficiently. Christophe Fiessinger; Scott Jamison, SharePoint MVP SPC275 Solving Agile and PMO Problems by Integrating Project Server 2010 with Team Foundation Server 2010 Do your Project Managers and Developers need to play nicer together? In this session, we’ll discuss how integrating Team Foundation Server 2010 and Project Server 2010 allows you to enable development and project management teams to collaborate and communicate more effectively by using tools that they are most familiar with. In addition, we will conduct demos and share real world stories and best practices from customers. Christophe Fiessinger SPC354 Managing Innovation with SharePoint & Project Server 2010 Innovation is vital to an enterprise’s long-term success. Collaboration, social networking and project management tools can help encourage people in an organization, to share their ideas, rate them, and make critical decisions about their associated risks, benefits, and strategic value. Come see how to use SharePoint Server 2010 and Microsoft Project Server 2010 to widen the idea pipeline, formalize the innovation process, and optimize return on investment. This session will cover solution design, implementation, real-world examples and best practices for launching an innovation program within the Enterprise. Simon Floyd SPC313 Best Practices for Deploying Project Server 2010 on SharePoint Farm
Are you interested in deploying Project Server 2010 but don’t know where to start? In this session we will provide you with an overview on how to deploy Microsoft Project Server 2010 in a SharePoint 2010 Farm. Specifically, we will discuss how to deploy Project Server in an existing or separate farm, asses the proper capacity planning, and how to tackle upgrading and migration.
Christophe Fiessinger SPC378 Project 2010 Development for SharePoint Developers Microsoft Project Server 2010 is built on SharePoint 2010 and offers a wide variety of customization options. In this session we will provide you with resources and real-world best practices to help you get started with Project 2010 development. In addition, we will discuss the similarities in development between SharePoint 2010 and Project Server 2010. Steven Haden; Jan Kalis
Full SharePoint Conference 2011 session agenda here.