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.
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 Project Server 2007 (On-Demand Recorded Training)
· Microsoft EPMU - Office Project Server 2007 Developer Training (On-Demand Recorded Training)
· Microsoft EPMU - Deploying Office Project Portfolio Server 2007 (On-Demand Recorded Training)
Or easily accessible via http://www.msepmu.com
Q: When I can take the training?
A: Anytime, you can download the recordings and watch them based on you convenience.
Q: Are there any Virtual Labs for these courses I can use?
A: There are no EPMU specific Virtual Lab available, however in many cases you can benefit and practice using the hosted Microsoft EPM 2007 Lab http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9665059
Q: As a PMP could I claim PDUs after finishing the course?
A: Yes you can, all details on the process are available during registration.
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 and Microsoft Field.
We touch on the developer aspect as well – half day of the three day training is devoted to developer content!
Consider your attendance and register as it’s a great way to get up to speed with Project 2010.
Looking forward to see you!
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: