This blog focuses on customizations and programming for Project Web App, Project Server, Project Professional and Project Standard. Includes User Interface (UI) customizations, Project Server Interface (PSI) and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Programming. It also covers Business Intelligence.
Great attendance – thank you!
WebCast Overview This webcast will uncover processes and key messaging between Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007 and Microsoft Office Project Server 2007. From first logon, through operations like project open, save and publish, we will describe in detail the ‘cache’ folder structure and registry settings. Network traffic between client and server will also be explained. Finally, we will discuss enhancements made to increase client/server communication scalability and reliability.
Dear Project developers! Let me remind you about Larry Duff’s WebCast on Thursday, May 14, 2009 8:00 AM PST.
“During this webcast we will explore a new solution starter for Microsoft Office Project Server 2007, EPM Auditing. EPM Auditing provides a framework to capture event data from Project Server 2007 and use the data for reporting, debugging, auditing, or whatever use you find. We will analyze all of the components that make up EPM Auditing. We’ll then dive into the code, because this solution is made to be extended and customized.”
Larry Duff is an instructor for this Developer Course that is part of the EPM University education.
This is the last interactive, instructor-led Developer training delivered by Microsoft. If you want to invest in EPM specific developer training – this should be one of your strong candidates!
Also keep in mind that the spots are limited.
Questions or feedback? email@example.com.
If you are heading to Phoenix in September to attend the Project Conference, or if you are still considering it – please check the following update from Christophe.
And yes we plan developer sessions as well – like:
“This year’s conference will exclusively disclose the powerful capabilities included in Microsoft Project 2010 and Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solutions while providing real world guidance on how Microsoft Project 2007 and Microsoft EPM Solutions are helping customers today with Project and Portfolio Management to save money, enhance efficiency and prepare for future growth. With in-depth content and hands-on opportunities to learn about Microsoft Project 2010 and Microsoft EPM Solutions, obtain unique insights into how the next release will continue to support your business tomorrow.” – from http://www.msprojectconference.com/
Hope to see you in Phoenix!