Less than two weeks to go…

blogBling_150x150_02It’s less than two weeks until TechEd Australia, and I have been hard at work with Brian Farnhill  putting the finishing touches to the presentation and demonstrations.

For those of you coming along, I will be taking part in two sessions:

OFS310 The SharePoint Developers Guide to Project Server 2010

Friday 2nd September – 9:45am – 11:00am

It’s just meant to be – Project Server and SharePoint server are better together, and this is the session that will show you why. Come and join us as we take you on a tour showing how the two products work together, and how you can deliver better solutions by integrating the two. Get to know how developers can leverage both of these great tools together and how you can deliver more value, what the features of the tools can offer and what you need to know as a developer to start solving real world business problems.

AIT001 | Ask a SharePoint Expert: Q&A Panel (End / Business Users)

Tuesday 30th August – 6:30pm – 7:00pm

Join the SharePoint End / Business user ‘experts Alexander Burton. Dan Holme, Ben Walters & Bhavik Merchant for a open forum Q&A panel in the SharePoint Interactive Theatre in the Expo hall, sponsored by AvePoint.

Finally, it would be a crime to miss out on fellow Project MVP, Marc Soester’s session. Marc is a fantastic speaker and his sessions always entertaining and informative.

OFS311 BI and Reporting using Project Server and SharePoint

Thursday 1st September – 3:30pm – 4:45pm

One of the main challenges organisations face is giving users the flexibility to report against Project, Resource and Portfolio information. This session will give you the insight on how you can take advantage of the great reporting features in Microsoft Project Server 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. By utilising Microsoft Project Servers build in Data Warehouse in combination with the SharePoint Business Intelligence tools, Project Server delivers what your Project team and your Executives require.

Learn how users are able to generate their own ad hoc reports minimising the overall cost and effort to produce meaningful reports. This session will give you a deep dive on how to manage projects, Resource and portfolio dashboards by creating Key Performance Indicator (KPI) reports using PerformancePoint Services, Excel Services and Power Pivot utilising Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Analysis Services 2008 R2.

I will be at TechEd Australia all week, so if you have any questions, or would like to catch up to see some more of Project Server, please do not hesitate to contact me.

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