Friday, May 25, 2012

Microsoft Project Server 2010 resources

I recently have to deliver a series of workshops and trainings for one of my client about doing Project and Portfolio Management using Microsoft Project Server 2010. I will blog later on some interesting part of this area but in the meantime I wanted to share with you a list of useful resources on Microsoft Project Server 2010 I found while creating my presentation and training materials.

Enterprise Project Management 2010 Version Comparison (2003 / 2007 / 2010)

Product information and trial download
     Project Team Blog http://blogs.msdn.com/project

Interactive content - Videos & Sessions & WebCasts

IT Professional related
     TechCenter @ TechNet http://technet.microsoft.com/ProjectServer 

Developer related
     Developer center @ MSDN http://msdn.microsoft.com/Project 
     Programmability blog http://blogs.msdn.com/project_programmability

Additional questions? Project 2010 Forums!

SharePoint 2010

Resources for Team Foundation Server 2010 and Project Server Integration Feature Pack
     Integration Feature Pack information lives here
     Demonstration of the Integration Feature Pack http://www.msteched.com/2010/Europe/OFS201
     Optimizing Development Teams Using Team Foundation Server – Project Server Connector
     Practical TFS and Project Server integration in mid-size enterprise http://www.msprojectconference.com/pages/sessiondetailsShort.aspx?sessionguid=98ed46ef-855a-46fe-8a71-dd88bb6196cb
     People post questions here about the inner workings of the Feature Pack here:
     Microsoft has a demonstration virtual machine that lets you try out the Integration Feature Pack. You'll find details here:
     The company has uploaded customer stories about the use of the Feature Pack here:
     MSCom Grid, part of the IT team at Microsoft
     Revlon
     TechResult, an IT management and solution provider based in Brazil
     Finally, Microsoft has produced four brief videos explaining how to use the Integration Feature Pack:
     Top-Down Planning of Business Requirements within an Enterprise Project using Team Foundation Server and Project Server (25 minutes)
     Managing Project Details in an Enterprise Project Plan Mapped to a Team Project in Team Foundation Server (16 minutes)
     Making Agile Team Progress Visible to the Project Management Office (21 minutes)
     Managing Field Mappings for Integration of Team Foundation Server and Project Server (21 minutes)
http://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/briankel/Managing-Field-Mappings-for-Integration-of-Team-Foundation-Server-and-Project-Server


And finally, for those who are interesting in passing the Exam 70-177: TS: Microsoft Project Server 2010, Configuring; you can check following resources:
A book from Gary L. Chefetz and Dale A. Howard from msprojectexperts.com Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2010 Second Edition

A testing prepkit from uCertify: 70-177 – MCTS: Microsoft Project Server 2010, Configuring Practice Test

4 commentaires:

Foras kama said...

Microsoft project training is very beneficial for developers as well as students to gain the skill about the features and tools of project server 2010.
microsoft project training

Jeremy Cottino said...

Thanks for this additional resource

Anonymous said...

Transparency is a must in scrum rules as it allows important aspects of the process to be visible to all the members who are responsible for the result. Since every team member should understand it is always advisable to use a common “terminology” so that reviews can be shared by all.

Anonymous said...

I would say that a PMP Certification is highly respected within both IT & non-IT communities where strong project management skills are required. If you plan on a long term career as a project manager, then yes, even with your level of experience, I would suggest getting your PMP. You can prepare yourself for the exam in one of the PMP trainingproviders like www.pmstudy.com/. You can do minimal prep-work to get 40 PMI® Contact Hours and apply to PMI for PMP Exam before the class begins.

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