I already own this book and the authors' other book, "Applied Software Project Management". I cannot recommend them both enough! Head First PMP takes an excruciatingly boring topic and turns it into something fun and engaging. Thanks to the authors, I might actually stay awake long enough to get my PMP cert. Without them, no chance.
So I guess my question would be.... what's next?
However the question I had was about Agile Project Management. How does that book address project schedule management and project scope management?
Seems like those are at odds with Agile as it was originally conceived.
Originally posted by Andrew Stellman:
Cool, thanks! That's really great to hear... especially about "Applied Software Project Management". As far as what's next, O'Reilly just released our third book, "Head First C#", last week. I know that might not be all that interesting to Java programmers, but we're really proud of it, and we think it came out really well. (It's very different from "Head First Java".)
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