Project 2010 Ignite Training

As Christophe mentioned in his post here we are doing in-person events in various locations. The Project 2010 Ignite could set the right level of insight into Project 2010 even for you – developers. And yes – many developers have already registered. This in-person training is intended for consultants and developers working for Microsoft Partners…


Get Started Developing on SharePoint 2010

Hey, With the unveiling on SharePoint 2010 this morning at the SharePoint Conference in Vegas, there is a new SharePoint 2010 Developer Portal on MSDN that you might want to check out: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/ee513147.aspx Chris Boyd


ANNOUNCING: Recordings from EPM University 2007 are available

We are pleased to announce the availability of recordings from the popular EPM University 2007 courses. Individual courses could be found in the following locations: · Microsoft EPMU – Admin Professional – Functional Implementation & Configuration of Project Server 2007 (On-Demand Recorded Training) · Microsoft EPMU – IT Professional – Technical Implementation & Configuration of…


Importing SharePoint List Data into Project Server 2007 Custom Fields

Check this out – http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee460779.aspx by Stephen C. Sanderlin, MSProjectExperts. Awesome real-world project article, extensive sample code!   If you are heading to Project Conference – Steve has a 3 sessions about PSI – they span from 200 to 400 level. Worth attending… DM 200: Project Server Programmability Overview Speaker(s):  Stephen Sanderlin, MSProjectExperts | 200…


Project Conference – T-2W update! What? Oh – less than 2 weeks before the conference!

All the developer sessions have this icon – please check the session list! http://www.msprojectconference.com/sessions.html   Also just would like to attract your attention to Hands-on labs – very cool dual monitor setup with the following experience:    Yes – it includes the following Project 2010 self paced Hands-on Labs and Instructor Led Labs:   Project…


Using formulas in custom fields

  Using formulas within custom fields has been a part of Microsoft Project for a long time, but typically they are used by the more advanced project managers and by developers of Project applications and add-ons.   That doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t learn how to use them. After all, of all the ways you…

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Project Server 2007 Report Pack II – "The Top Reports"

We are proud to announce that the  Project Server 2007 Report Pack II – "The Top Reports" a collection of best practices reports for SQL Server Reporting Services is available on MSDN Code Gallery. Project Server 2007 Report Pack II – "The Top Reports" This Project Server 2007 Report Pack II – "The Top Reports"…


Upcoming WebCasts and available On Demand developer training (a.k.a. EPMU)

Reporting (BI and Data Analysis) Date Name Description Presenters Registration Wednesday, August 19, 2009 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) Microsoft Office Enterprise Project Management (EPM) 2007 Report Pack II – The top reports The “Microsoft Office Enterprise Project Management (EPM) 2007 Report Pack II -  The top reports” provides rich reports for common…


Upcoming “Project Server Report Pack II – The top reports” WebCast

Please mark your calendar if you are interested! Are you asking what is the difference between the SDK Report Pack and this one? Think about the SDK version as the starter on “HOW” to write queries against Reporting database. This should go one step further – once you know HOW – you are interested in…

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