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Why do we not have PMP as a forum section?

Mudassar Hakim
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Joined: Jul 04, 2010
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I believe we programming greenhorns need to also understand the management in terms of project as well as people. Also there is a wonderfull PMP book by HeadFirst Series. It would be nice since people with the passion of growing in the organization in terms of programming as well as managing the team could be made more efficient.


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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For the time being, I would say put project management questions in either Process or Job Discussion depending on the focus. If we see a lot of PMP type questions, it would be time to create a forum. I suspect we have more techie than manager types around here though.


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