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posted December 1st, 2009 by Stephen Sanderlin
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As you’ve probably noticed, I haven’t posted at EPMFAQ recently. Since joining MSProjectExperts in 2008, I’ve been primarily participating in our group blog. Truth be told, it’s just not feasible to maintain two blogs that both cover the same subject.

That’s why I’ve decided that as of December 1st 2009, I will be blogging exclusively at ProjectServerHelp, which is our group blog at MSProjectExperts. I’ll maintain EPMFAQ for archival purposes, but I do not plan to actively post on this site for the foreseeable future.

I’d like to thank everyone who has read EPMFAQ for the past two years — I’ve really enjoyed sharing knowledge about Project with all of you.

See you at the new house!

-Steve

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Project Conference 2009 Early Bird Registration Now Open!

posted March 19th, 2009 by Stephen Sanderlin
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Save $150 by being one of the first 500 attendees to register! Register now at https://pc2009.dynamiceventsreg.com/ to secure your Early Bird discount rate of $699.

And, we wanted to be sure you also received this: Your personal invitation to present at Project Conference.

New this year! The Project Conference team has received a tremendous amount of interest from customers and partners to present content at Project Conference 2009. In response, we are formally offering customers, partners and you an opportunity to contribute to and present content at Project Conference 2009. We encourage customers, partners and you to utilize the content submission form at https://pc2009cfc.dynamiceventsreg.com to propose content ideas and speakers. Time is limited – let your customers and partners know and act now!

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Job Change and New Group Blog

posted June 20th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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For those of you who don’t already know, I’ve recently taken a job as a Principal Consultant with MSProjectExperts. My new role is essentially the same as it was with BT; I will be providing Project Management and Project-focused consulting services in the areas of implementation, custom development, custom reporting, and training. I am honored by the opportunity to work alongside Gary Chefetz, Dale Howard, and Tony Zink. I’ll have some pretty big footsteps to walk in, but I’m excited for the challenge.

As part of my role with MSProjectExperts, I will be posting to our newly launched group blog, called ProjectServerHelp. For the forseeable future, I will be continuing to post to EPMFAQ and will be maintaining the EPMFAQ Forums.

I look forward to continuing to serve my readers and the EPM community-at-large in this new role. Please contact me using the if you have any questions, and as always, you are welcome to post in the EPMFAQ Blog Posts Forum.

Thank you for reading EPMFAQ!




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I’m Still Alive

posted May 27th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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Hey All. Just wanted to let everyone know that I’m still alive and blogging — my day job has been keeping me away the past couple weeks. I’m on four simultaneous client engagements, so as you can imagine I’ve been more than occupied.

I have a couple of posts in the works, so don’t worry — I’ll be back soon. I expect to have a new post up shortly. In the meantime, feel free to poke around the forums.

Thanks!
Steve

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Forums or Comments?

posted April 14th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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I’ve recieved several emails asking why I am asking you, the reader, to use the EPMFAQ Blog Post Forum to discuss my posts rather than simply using the built in comments.

Quite simply, I don’t like the native WordPress comments engine. They lengthen the page load time, are difficult to search, and can be difficult to follow. I think that the Forums offer a much cleaner and more structured experience. Basically, I want to make it easier for readers to discuss posts with each other and with the author. However, I would like to get a group opinion. Therefore, I have posted a new poll asking your opinion. It is available for your vote in the sidebar of this page.

If the poll shows support for using native comments, I will rethink my stance. Please vote!



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Changes to the EPMFAQ Forums

posted March 18th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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In response to some comments from users, I’ve changed the verification method on the EPMFAQ Forums from CAPTCHAs (those little pictures with the text and squiggly lines that nobody can ever read) to question-based (things like “what color is the sky” and “2 plus 2 equals”). Let me know if anybody still has trouble with registration.

Please post your questions and comments on this to the EPMFAQ Website Discussion forum — you don’t have to register to post in this forum.

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Scheduled Site Downtime

posted March 7th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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The EPMFAQ blog and forums will be going down at 3pm EST today for some maintenance work that I need to do with our hosting provider. The site should be back up by tomorrow morning, or at the latest, Monday.

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EPMFAQ Forums now online!

posted February 20th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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Today marks the day that the EPMFAQ forums come online. They are available through the link in the menu on this site, and also at this link.

Some of you may ask why we have created a forum for the discussion of Project, Project Server, and Project Development when Microsoft already has several newsgroups for these purposes.

First, let me be absolutely clear: we are not looking to replace Microsoft’s newsgroups — rather, we are looking to supplement them. The newsgroups remain a valuable resource and we strongly recommend that you cross-post any technical questions you post on our forums to the newsgroups as well.



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