Posted by Larry Short
Tech Ed events provide some of the most comprehensive technical education across Microsoft’s current and soon-to-release suite of products, solutions and services. Microsoft has posted a comprehensive collection of session videos on MSDN’s Channel 9 web site. This year’s event took place in Atlanta, Georgia last May, and below are some of my favorite videos.
SharePoint Governance and Lifecycle Management with Microsoft Project Server 2010: This presentation discusses the importance of SharePoint lifecycle management from an IT governance perspective, and introduces a free, downloadable solution that provides a powerful request and workflow process, enabling IT to view, analyze, prioritize, and resource requests using the workflow and portfolio analytics capabilities of Project Server 2010.
Application Lifecycle Management: Microsoft Project Server 2010 and Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010, Better Together: Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 and Project Server Integration Feature Pack bridge the gap between Project Portfolio Management and Application Development. This session provides an overview and demonstrates the new Integration feature pack.
Introduction to SharePoint Development with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010: This session provides an overview of the new project and item templates, flexible packaging and deployment, and many other development features and tools.
Some other videos not directly related to Microsoft Project Server, but interesting (at least to me) include…
What’s New in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP2: Featuring GAL Segmentation: Exchange Server 2010 SP2 is due out later this year and there’s no better way to understand and be prepared for what it has to offer than to hear directly from one of the team members working on it — one example is the replacement for GAL Segmentation.
Abundantly “Crescent”: Demos Galore: The new SQL feature called Power View was Microsoft’s project code-named “Crescent”. This session covers a variety of demonstrations against real data, across various industry verticals (including education), to enable you to see what’s possible when deploying this new technology.
Introducing the Windows Azure Platform: This presentation provides an overview of the Windows Azure platform, covering both technology and business model, and typical application scenarios for using it.Introducing the Windows Azure Platform