Few days back I was working at home while my son was playing near me. I saw him attacking my notebook number of times but later I decided to see what he will do if I am a little far away. I pick up my mobile and record his actions. But during his attach on the notebook I saw some thing very interesting. He place both his hands on the keyboard and start watching his image on the desktop for 1 minute while I was taking picture.
I am watching a good developer coding on Notebooks. These kids on really lucky they are playing with technology like no others.
Today I did my first ever Project Server 2007 Training to my Team at Xavor. It was pretty much fast paces training of Project Server Web Access 2007 for Project Managers and Training which only involved creating activities and entering timesheet in the new version. I think people do like the new version because it is more user friendly than old versions. One important thing while using the PWA in 2007 is the ability to update the project without project server 2007. This adds real simplicity in a project manager’s life. I am going to train 4 more teams on project server in next two days. So will have a good time J
Timesheets, Yes you REALLY do need to fill this in! Please?!
I hear lots of push back on the idea of having resources submit timesheets. "They are too intrusive." "They take too much time" "I don’t want my people thinking Big Brother is watching" I understand that these concerns are common but I have trouble with them just the same.
You are a project manager. Your job is to make sure that sets of tasks called projects get done on time, within a budget and produce a product that meets a specific quality standard
More on Project Server for Office 12
All Project Server functions are exposed as a set of web services. Just like Office Client interacts with WSS, Project Professionals integration with Project Server as also completely achieved via these web services, which means other clients or server solutions can also be integrated using these web service interfaces.
These are some notes from the demo:
- All project data is cached. Project only interacts with the cache, the cache handles all interactions with the server. I have a concern in that how is the project manager confident that all changes that they have made have been uploaded from the cache to the server