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Project and Project Server resources for developers

Project and Project Server resources for developers

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I have the honor of sharing an office with Jim Corbin, who is the programmer writer for Project. Jim is the guy responsible for writing developer oriented documentation, articles, and the SDK for Project. So as you can imagine, he has great knowledge, expertise, and experience with everything related to Project and Project Server.

One of the advantages of sharing an office with Jim is that I get to learn a lot from him about what's coming for Project Server. Another great advantage is that Project PMs and developers come often to discuss about new features and cool enhancements related to  Project and/or Project Server and I am lucky to overhear their discussions (I know I should mind my own business, but sometimes, I just can't help it).

So yesterday, the Evil Doctor PorkChop (Treb Gatte - Project Server Program Manager) came to visit Jim and we all ended up taking about Project blogs and books. So here I am passing up the word of great blogs and books about Project Server that Treb and Jim recommend:

Microsoft Project bloggers:

If you want to learn more about Project and what's new for developers in Project 2007 and Project Server 2007, be sure to visit the following blogs:

External Project bloggers and Web sites:

Treb Gatte compiled a list of great Project blogs that you should not miss:

  • MPA blog: Bill Raymond, Microsoft Office Project MVP.
  • Do More Than Manage: Gord Schmidt's site on Project Server technical aspects.
  • Mark Schneider: Project Server Training and Implementation
  • Jack Dahlgren's blog: Project Management, Software, Training...
  • Project Server Experts: Gary Chefetz & Dale Howard's site.
  • Scott Wagner: Microsoft Project 2003 and MS Project Server 2003 along with items on SharePoint, SQL Server, Analysis Services and OLAP for use in the MS Enterprise Project Management Solution.
  • Faisal Masood: FM's Blog on Microsoft Project Server & Microsoft Project.

Great books about Project Server:

These books were recommended by the Treb and Jim as great books in the market for Project Server:

Managing Enterprise Projects Using Microsoft Office Project Server 2003
by Gary L. Chefetz, Dale A. Howard
Administering an Enterprise PMO using Microsoft Office Project Server 2003
by Gary L. Chefetz, Dale A. Howard

Don't forget to visit the Microsoft Office Project 2003 Developer Center  to find technical articles, reference documentation, downloads, solution starters, code samples, multimedia and more resources related with Project.

Thanks a lot to Jim and Treb for allowing me to dive into their conversation and for sharing these useful resources.

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