Hopefully most readers will have seen these from the other Project bloggers – but in case you missed it:
From Christophe’s blog (and also Chris Boyd’s)
Ameya Bhatawdekar has posted the following video on Visual Studio Team System 2010 and Business Alignment his blog today:
- Achieving Business Alignment with Visual Studio Team System 2010
- Agile Planning Templates in Visual Studio Team System 2010
- Enterprise Project Management with Visual Studio Team System 2010 (you can find the associated SilverLight demo on EPMConnect)
- Requirements Management and Traceability with Visual Studio Team System 2010
And again from Christophe
The following guides have been published for Project Portfolio Server 2007:
- Environment Migration Guide – This guide describes how to migrate Microsoft Office Project Portfolio Server 2007 from one environment to another one. This scenario is frequently used to duplicate a production environment as a QA or Development environment. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=C08DDEAB-4F0E-4E2A-96E8-1322D5E61AF5&displaylang=en
- Gateway Guide – This guide describes the Gateway functionality for syncing Microsoft Office Project Portfolio Server 2007 with Microsoft Office Project 2007. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=2A9A5E37-83EA-4C9F-9C41-E116D7A770CA&displaylang=en
- Understanding Workflow – This guide describes the workflow functionality and configuration for Microsoft Office Project Portfolio Server 2007 and provides examples for the workflow setting. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=5BA15962-4A47-4FAB-806C-92FE74EBFED2&displaylang=en
And finally from Heather
Roaming around Project Web Access just got a little easier for team members: the Quick Reference Guide is here! This guide is designed to assist team members (not just project managers) with using Project Web Access to report on the progress of project tasks, view task details, record vacation time, and view other project information. You can download and print the guide for easy assistance while you work.
Note: We used Word 2007 to create this document, so you’ll need to use that program to view and print the file.