Check out the Post on Scalable Issues & Risks Report

It seems that somehow I messed up and the post “Scalable Issues & Risks Report” ended up showing up in the past. So in case you missed it: http://blogs.msdn.com/project_programmability/archive/2007/09/28/scalable-issues-risks-report.aspx Chris

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Office Project Server 2007 Developer Training

Microsoft  Office Enterprise Project Management University (EPMU) is offering a range of new courses in Project Server and Project Portfolio Sever 2007 including Developer Training. Office Project Server 2007 Developer Training Designed for Developers extending, developing and integrating Office Project Server 2007 3 Day Course USD$550 For full details of all courses visit www.msepmu.com EPMU_DataSheet_100207.pdf

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Synchronizing Membership Provider for Project Workspaces

Back on May 17th I posted code that showed how to update the workspace data with the RDB: http://blogs.msdn.com/project_programmability/archive/2007/05/17/syncing-project-workspaces-with-the-rdb.aspx  Here is a similar program to synchronize project workspace membership. The interesting twist is that I show how to be kinder to the Project Queue by adding a few jobs at a time and waiting for them to…

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Writing and Debugging Event Handlers for Project Server 2007

Another Visual How-to for Project development is published on MSDN: Writing and Debugging Event Handlers for Project Server 2007   In less than 12 minutes, the video shows the development, testing, and debugging of a simple event handler for publishing projects. The OnPublishing event handler cancels publishing if the project name does not satisfy a…

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