This year, the Microsoft Project Conference 2012 will be held between March 19-22 at the Phoenix Convention Center in Arizona. It promises over 90 sessions split in to three core tracks, Business Value & Insights, Deployment Administration & Developer and Product Session.
In addition, the tracks are divided into audience categories that make it easier to decide which sessions you want to attend. These are Business Analysts, Consultants, Developers, Executives, IT Professionals, Managers, Portfolio Program and Project Managers. You can browse all the planned sessions with additional filters here.
Microsoft Project Training
There is also computer based and instructor-led training including
- Project Professional 2010 (Managing Projects 70-178)
- Project Server 2010 (Configuring 70-177) computer-based training with your Project Conference 2012 registration
- Instructor-led training sessions
You can also take certification testing in the above courses, but you’ll have to register in advance as seats are limited.
Phoenix Convention Center
100 North 3rd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Microsoft Project Conference Cost
The following types of conference passes are available.
Register General Registration: $899.00 (USD)
This is an all access pass that covers your full attendance at the conference. It includes all evening events, daily conference meals, attendance to all sessions and to the exhibit hall.
Register Exhibit Hall Pass: $300.00 (USD)
This is a limited pass that includes meals and your access to the exhibit hall as well as the Monday evening Welcome Reception. Please note this pass will not allow you access to the evening event or conference sessions.
Register Guest Pass: $120.00 (USD)
This pass is for use at the Wednesday evening event only. It includes attendance to the venue, as well as all food, beverage, and entertainment provided during this evening event.
Don’t forget that you can earn up to 32 PDUs while you attend the conference.
So, if you’re a Microsoft Project 2010 user or your organization has invested in Microsoft Project Server 2010, then join the world wide audience that attends this prestigious event. Whether you’re a user, a decision maker or have a business or technical perspective, this is your opportunity to learn, network and share ideas with other Microsoft Project users.
We look forward to seeing you all there.