Project Server Learning Opportunities: TechEd 09 and EPMU

Re-posting with permission from Jan at http://blogs.msdn.com/project_programmability/archive/2009/03/27/do-you-epmu.aspx and Christophe at http://blogs.msdn.com/chrisfie/archive/2009/03/25/microsoft-enterprise-project-management-at-teched-north-america-2009.aspx TechEd North America 2009? TechEd North America 2009 is just around the corner on May 11-15, Los Angeles, CA; please find below the EPM content that will be delivered: Title Speaker Description OFC407 Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 Performance Testing and Capacity Planning Michael […]

New Colo(u)rs and a New Map!

I had a change around over the weekend and moved away from my blatant copy of Keith Comb’s site and got my own identity.  Basically still mostly copied from Keith (thanks Keith) – but with some new colors.  I’ll get around to updating my picture too – perhaps some spring flowers? Also changed today is […]

Project Server 2007: Cumulative Updates Update

I’ve answered a few comments on recent blog postings on the recent CU release, but thought I’d post again to clear up any misunderstandings. Since December all CUs are included the Infrastructure Update WSS CU contains its update Project Server CU contains its update MOSS Server is the name of the server rollup – and […]

Announcing the Microsoft Translator web page widget

This is a repost from the Microsoft Research Machine Translation (MSR-MT) Team Blog by permission, and I have also implemented on my site.  I know that many of my readers are beyond the US and the English speaking world, and from browser settings over 25% of my readers are not set to English.  Iā€™d love […]