This blog focuses on the needs of the Project Administrator/Implementer. The posts will answer the questions of how do I and why would I implement various aspects of Project Server. While there will be a lot of content for Project Server 2010, we will also have Project Server 2007 related content as well.
Why another blog? Most of our readers use RSS feeds to get their content. Therefore, segregating the content makes it easier for each audience to get related posts for their areas of interest.
The Project blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/project will continue to have great content targeted at readers who want to know more about new features and how to use them.
The Project Programmability blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/project programmability will continue to focus on developer content for Project Server.
What happened to the other blogs? (project & project programming)
They are still there. The Project blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/project) will focus on user centric topics. The Programmability blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/project_programmability) will continue to help developers extend the product. Based on experiences with early adopters, it was felt we needed one place for administrators and implementers to go to find relevant information on how to setup and configure the solution.