First ever “Resource page update week” results

Hi readers,

Just a short post to get the attention: At the beginning of last week I Tweeted and LinkedIn(ed?) my followers that I was going to do an update on my resources page. This page is my favorite spot on the blog, because it not only holds my own best content but also some great content from other bloggers. In the messages I asked you to share your own favorites.

I’ve added the blogs: ThinkEPM, PPM Works and Sam Hufmann’s “WinProjBlog” to the page. Also a new website was added to the page: PMConnection a great source for MS Project, Project Server and Project Management.

I was hoping for some great video content, and maybe a Twitter reference, but I didn’t have enough material to create a section. The only item I found useful was the Project Webcasts:

That’s it, head on over to the Resource page, and get the best content there is :).

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2014, some statistics

Hi readers,

Happy new year! And welcome to an exciting 2015, may it bring you all the best! Thank you for visiting my blog, thank you for reading, following and sharing. You guys are awesome! Just like 2013, some statisticsthe 2013 post, I would like to start the year with a view into the past year and to the future goals with the blog. Continue reading 2014, some statistics

The resource page and its first update

Hi readers,

I recently made changes to my blog. One mayor change was the creation of a resource page for Microsoft Project information. The resource page was created because I thought there could be only this much I could tell you myself, but I didn’t want to leave you hanging.

On this specially created page you will be able to find links and descriptions to some of the best content there is on the web; regarding Microsoft Project, Project Server and Project Online.

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Featured on The Microsoft Project Podcast

Hi readers,

Have you ever wondered “what does that Van Hurck guy actually sound like?”. Well fear not, I recently got a LinkedIn message from Prasanna Adavi:

“I wanted to invite you to be a guest for an episode on MS Project Podcast. Do you think you can do it?” Continue reading Featured on The Microsoft Project Podcast

2013, some statistics

Hi readers and welcome to 2014! I hope you had a wonderful time with your loved ones during Christmas and New Year. I had a great time reading Doctor Sleep by Stephen king, a great book! And I spend nice long walks on the beach with the girlfriend and had great (huge) dinners.
Continue reading 2013, some statistics