Project Server, PowerShell and the 2010 Scripting Games

Within the blogging community at Microsoft we get plenty of “opportunities” (aka requests) for cross product announcements.  Occasionally they catch my eye and today was one of those days.  You may have noticed a new badge in my left NAV area (unless you are reading the RSS feed… so click the link) announcing the 2010 […]

Project Server 2010: New Business Intelligence (BI) Center on TechNet

Great way to end the week – more excellent resources to help you understand what we have in Project Server 2010 for Business Intelligence – Find out all about how we are using Excel Services, what is new with our SQL Server Analysis services OLAP databases in 2010 and configuration and troubleshooting information. Technorati […]

Project Server 2010: Goodbye SSP, Hello Service Application

The new architecture in Project Server 2010 (from SharePoint 2010 of course) see the end of shared service providers and the introduction of Service Applications. For an excellent coverage of this change see but here I’ll talk about how this affects Project Server.  The SSP is gone, but as far as SharePoint is concerned […]

Customizing the Project Site in Project Server 2010

The steps to customize and use different Project Site templates (the entities formerly known as Project Workspace templates) have changed for 2010, and the ways you can use them with the new Enterprise Project Templates has introduced more change.  I thought I’d explain how these can be created, what customizations will work – and which […]

Project Server 2010 Webcasts – Performance, What’s New and Demand Management this month (March 2010)

The next webcast in the Project Server 2010 series is tomorrow (March 10th) and is titled Performance Part 1: Setup, Test Execution and Results.  If tomorrow is already in the past, then catch the recording at  The full upcoming series is: TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 – Performance Part 1: Setup, Test Execution, and […]