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Não foi na Project Conference 2012 e gostaria de ver as sessões?


Você não conseguiu ir a Phoenix este ano, mas gostaria de ver as palestras que rolaram por lá?

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O time do Project acabou de postar no blog official do Project avisando que algumas palestras da Project Conference 2012 estão disponíveis.

Estiveram na Project Conference 1250 pessoas de 44 países.

Das 94 palestras, 87 estão disponíveis, totalizando mais de 100 horas de vídeos!

As palestras podem ser vistas no Microsoft Project Showcase Channel.



André Xavier

Solução de problemas do Project Server 2010


Duas sessões que não pude deixar de ir na Project Conference 2012 foram as sessões do meu amigo Brian Smith e do Adrian Jenkins. (Os dois trabalham na equipe de suporte do Project e Project Server)

Foram sessões técnicas dando dicas como descobrir erros e como agir ao encontrar problemas no seu ambiente. Sem dúvida uma (duas) das melhores sessões da Project Conference deste ano em Phoenix.


Adrian, Eu e o Brian


PC319 – Best Practices Troubleshooting Project 2010 Deployments – Part 1


PC349 – Best Practices Troubleshooting Project 2010 Deployments – Part 2




Andre Xavier

Vídeos: Microsoft Project e Project Server

Após o lançamento público da versão Beta do Microsoft Project 2010, vários videos foram disponibilizados, entre eles:

Microsoft Project Conference 2009

KN 2 Dia 1 Keynote
KN 2 Dia 2 Keynote (Lançamento oficial do Project e Project Server 2010)
KN 3 Dia 3 Keynote

Track: Business Applications and Solutions

Código Título Palestrante
BA200 Integrating Mind Mapping Techniques with Microsoft Project and Microsoft Project Server Reiner Wodey, Shahzeeb Akhtar
BA203 Introducing Microsoft’s Innovation Process Management (IPM) Solution Simon Floyd
BA204 "Project Scheduling Revisited” – Performance Tuning Your Scheduling Practices Glenn Searle
BA205 On Demand is In Demand – Managing Enterprise Resource, Project and Portfolio Data is Easier and more Affordable than ever Anisha Mason, Scott Clausen
BA206 Microsoft Project and SharePoint Better Together– EPM Live helps “Lite Up” the MOSS Features in Project Server Jim Patterson
BA207 The Profit Advantage of Project Cost Management 5D-BIM & MS Project Brad Barth
BA208 Align Execution & Strategy With Strategic Planning & Governance John-Michael Scott
BA209 ALM: Connecting the Worlds of PPM and Application Development Ben Chamberlain
BA210 SaaS for Project Today – Microsoft’s Software + Services Play Scott Chapman
BA211 Production optimization in order-based manufacturing industries – An offshore case about integrating Project Server and Dynamic Ax Hans Torsleff, Mads Suhr Nielsen
BA212 Effective Program Management – Powered by Pcubed Delivery Hub Carl Dalby
BA213 Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Finding Hidden Problems In Projects Kimberly Joyce
BA214 Opening SharePoint to Project 2010 Eamonn McGuinness
BA216 Dynamic “What If?” Resourcing – Capacity Planning and Forecasting for the Right Skills at the Right Time Greg Bailey
BA218 Supporting your EVM (Earned Value Management) Needs with the Microsoft Project Platform Alban de Bergevin
BA219 Products Ready for Project Server 2010 – Adding Value to an Unbeatable Platform Christophe Campana, Stefan Haffner
BA220 Implementing a Worldwide Research-Focused EPM 2007 Solution Together with SharePoint Server 2007 in one of the Largest Healthcare Companies Matthias Jaeger
BA221 Getting more Results by Getting Back to Basics: Using Microsoft Project / Server & SharePoint Best Practices to Achieve Results and Organizational Culture Change Tim Runcie
BA222 The Future of Project and Portfolio Financial Management- Planning, budgeting, and tracking costs and benefits using the Financial Management Solution Project 2010 extension Mike Gruia, Ave Dadabhoy
BA225 Create Effective Dashboard Views & Reports – Leverage Your EPM Toolbox Robert Happy, David Blair
BA226 Covering the Extended Project Lifecycle by Integrating Project Server 2007 and MOSS with ERP Systems Christophe Campana, Stefan Haffner
BA300 Initiative Demand Management with SharePoint and Seamless Integration with Portfolio and Project Server: case study ABB Italy – IT Services Claudia Tambone
BA304 Learn How To Deploy the Innovation Process Management (IPM) Solution Kris Athey
BA308 Capital Planning & Investment Control (CPIC) For Government Jon Hughes, Chris Samulski

Track: Deployment, Migration and Customization

DM200 Project Server Programmability Overview Stephen Sanderlin
DM201 Microsoft Enterprise Project Management 2010 Migration Jan Kalis, Treb Gatte, Bobby Burns
DM300 Project Server 2007 Performance Testing and Capacity Planning Michael Jordan
DM301 Introduction to SharePoint for Developers Andrew Connell
DM302 SharePoint Planning and Governance Todd Klindt, Shane Young
DM303 Best Practices: Consuming the PSI Stephen Sanderlin
DM304 SharePoint and Project Server Co-Existence Christophe Fiessinger
DM305 Project Server 2003 to Project Server 2007 Migration Best Practices Jean-Francois LeSaux
DM306 Understanding Virtualization and Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 Jean-Francois LeSaux
DM307 Cut the **** – How to Speedily and Successfully Implement Project Server Ben Howard
DM308 Project 2010 – Programmability Chris Boyd
DM309 Project Client Advanced Development Using VSTO Chris Boyd
DM310 No Code: Custom Project Server Integration Without Custom Programming Chet (Carl) Farmer
DM400 Project VBA: How and Why it can Make You a Project Guru! Rod Gill
DM401 Building a PSI Wrapper for Application Integration Stephen Sanderlin
DM402 Developing Custom Solutions in PWA Pat Malatack, Jesse Carnathan
DM403 Project Server 2010 – Demand Management Workflow Deep Dive Sam Chung, Biatrice Ambrosa

Track: Executive

EX200 Real Stories from the Frontline: How Baxter Bioscience Successfully Planned, Piloted and Launched a Global EPM Implementation Dawn Robinson
EX201 Hard Lessons: What Engineering Can Teach IT Carl Dalby
EX202 PMO Setup or Refresh – Insights, Techniques, and Case Examples for Ensuring a Business Driven PMO and a Successful EPM Implementation Mark Price Perry
EX203 Coca-Cola Bottling Co Consolidated uses PWA Tools to improve analysis of capitalized costs on projects Jason Carlisle, Mary Morabito
EX204 Best Practices in Project Management Kathy Schwalbe
EX206 Ensuring Implementation Success by Focusing on Culture and Readying the Organization for Change Scott Clausen, Betsy Guthric
EX208 Apply an Antivirus to your EPM Adoption – a McAfee Case Study on EPM Organizational Adoption Success Strategies Bill Beattie, Oscar de Lucio
EX209 Forrester – An Analyst Perspective on Business Value Margo Visitacion
EX214 Increasing the Probability of Success for Your Project Using Deliverables Based Planning Glen Alleman
EX300 MS Project Server Implemented for World’s Largest "Big Bang" SAP Cutover Ed W. Rosenthal
EX301 Implementing An Enterprise Wide Project and Resource Management Methodology Ira Brown, Chris Beck
EX303 Strategic Portfolio and Resource Capacity Planning Using Simulation Keith Vadas
EX400 One Version of the Truth Michelle Barnett

Track: Product Overview

PO200 Time tracking and Statusing Overview Patrick Conlan, Alex Sourov
PO201 Microsoft Business Intelligence Vision and Strategy Slides Bill Koehler
PO202 EPM and SharePoint Better Together Tad Haas
PO203 Resource Management with a dose of reality Miguel Morales
PO204 Project 2010 Overview Keshav Puttaswamy
PO205 Project Professional 2010 Overview Eric Zenz
PO206 Project Professional 2010 – Project Planning and Scheduling Capabilities Bonny Lau, Peter de Vries
PO207 Project Server 2010 – Better Reporting using Microsoft BI Capabilities Treb Gatte
PO208 Project Server 2010 – Demand Management Pradeep GanapathyRaj
PO209 Project Professional 2010 – Team Planning and Coordination Jon Kaufthal
PO212 Techniques to Optimize the Schedule when Time is Short, Money is Tight, and Resources are Limited Cindy Lewis, John White
PO213 Microsoft Project 2010 First Look – Tips and Tricks Essentials David Blair, Robert Happy
PO301 Implementing EPM solution using Microsoft Project Server and PMI’s methodologies Hagit Landman
PO304 Project Desktop Reporting Heather O’Cull
PO305 Application Lifecycle Management with Microsoft Project and Microsoft Team Foundation Server Patrick Conlan, Siddharth Bhatia
PO306 Project Server 2010 – Reporting Deep Dive Treb Gatte, Shilpi Sinha
PO307 Project Server 2010 – Timesheets and Task Management Improvements Patrick Conlan, Rohan Thakkar
PO400 From Start to Finish: Effective Activity Sequencing Daniel Renier
PO401 Enterprise Program Management – Providing the Tools to Manage an Entire Galaxy – Why Stop at a Single Star? Daniel Zitter

Track: System Administration

SA200 Chalk Talk: Project 2007 Common Questions and Answers Adrian Jenkins, Soroush Salehian
SA300 Chalk Talk: Project Server 2007 Performance Tuning Patrick Conlan, Michael Jordan
SA301 Project Server 2007 Disaster Recovery Michael Jordan
SA302 Deploying and Administering Project Server 2010 Adrian Jenkins
SA303 Take control of your projects and programs with the new Project Server Report Pack T.R. Sloan, Bulent Guzel
SA400 Anatomy of a health check of EPM environment Michael Jordan
SA401 SharePoint (or Project) Admins: The Reluctant DBAs Todd Klindt, Shane Young

Webcast: Microsoft Project 2010

  • Webcasts
  • Podcasts
Data Título Palestrante
12/16/2009 Microsoft Office Project 2010 Overview Keshav Puttaswamy
12/15/2009 Overview of Microsoft Project Server 2010 for IT Professionals Christophe Fiessinger
12/17/2009 Project 2010 and Project Server 2010 Programmability Chris Boyd
1/6/2010 Project Server 2010 Project and Portfolio Management Reporting Marc Soester
1/19/2010 Microsoft Project 2010 Desktop: Tips and Tricks Jack Dahlgren
1/25/2010 User-Controlled Scheduling in Microsoft Project 2010 Ben Howard
1/27/2010 Microsoft Project 2010 Enhanced Project Management Tim Runcie
2/18/2010 Project Professional 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010 Better Together Erik Ku
2/23/2010 Resource Management in Microsoft Project 2010 Renke Holert
2/26/2010 Microsoft Project 2010 Portfolio Analysis Hilde Corbu