Cool Project Management Institute Jobs images

A few nice project management institute jobs images I found:

Ft. Lauderdale “Software Best Practices Conference”, Nov 2009 – 02
project management institute jobs
Image by Ed Yourdon
Note: this photo was published in a Jun 12, 2010 blog titled "Time Management Jobs." It was also published in a Nov 24, 2010 blog titled "where can i find a good time management schedule?" And it was published in a Dec 29, 2010 blog titled "Man Depending On Computer And Computer Softwares Making Life Easier." It was also published in an Aug 31, 2011 "Maritime Networking blog, with the same caption and detailed notes that I had written on this Flickr page.

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Visitors to my Flickr site sometimes assume that I’m a full-time photographer, but that’s hardly the case. As I’ve explained on my profile page, my "day job" is in the computer field: I work as a consultant, speaker, and author in software development and project management. That job includes speaking at various computer conferences, including the IT Metrics and Productivity Institute’s "Software Best Practices" conferences that are held in various parts of the country.

That’s what brought me to Ft. Lauderdale in mid-November this year. I thought I might find some interesting photographic opportunities when I arrived on the afternoon before the conference, but the beach was almost empty, and the "strip" along the beach seemed to consist of relatively boring bars and Mexican restaurants. So, aside from a single picture of a mysterious bird that I saw waddling along the street (an osprey? heron? who knows?), most of the pictures are of various speakers at the conference itself. These may not mean much to you, but it will give at least a small sense of some of the issues that software professionals and IT managers care about in today’s tough economic times…

Ft. Lauderdale “Software Best Practices Conference”, Nov 2009 – 12
project management institute jobs
Image by Ed Yourdon
Note: for some reason, this photo was published as an illustration in an undated (Nov 2009) Squidoo blog titled "Learn English." It was also published in a Nov 26, 2010 blog titled "Q&A: What to write about in project management software report?" And it was published in an Apr 9, 2011 Cool Case Management Software Managers Blog Images blog, with the same caption and detailed notes that I had written on this Flickr page. For some reason, it was also published in a Jul 1, 2011 blog titled "Ring Tone Maker Software." And it was published in an Aug 11, 2011 Small Business Software blog and an Aug 16, 2011 Best Free Softs blog, both with the same caption and detailed notes that I had written on this Flickr page. It was also published in an Aug 22, 2011 blog titled "School Management Software." It was also published in an Aug 31, 2011 "Maritime Networking blog, with the same caption and detailed notes that I had written on this Flickr page. And it was published in a Sep 12, 2011 Tolle Software Bilder blog, with the same caption and detailed notes that I had written on this Flickr page.

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Visitors to my Flickr site sometimes assume that I’m a full-time photographer, but that’s hardly the case. As I’ve explained on my profile page, my "day job" is in the computer field: I work as a consultant, speaker, and author in software development and project management. That job includes speaking at various computer conferences, including the IT Metrics and Productivity Institute’s "Software Best Practices" conferences that are held in various parts of the country.

That’s what brought me to Ft. Lauderdale in mid-November this year. I thought I might find some interesting photographic opportunities when I arrived on the afternoon before the conference, but the beach was almost empty, and the "strip" along the beach seemed to consist of relatively boring bars and Mexican restaurants. So, aside from a single picture of a mysterious bird that I saw waddling along the street (an osprey? heron? who knows?), most of the pictures are of various speakers at the conference itself. These may not mean much to you, but it will give at least a small sense of some of the issues that software professionals and IT managers care about in today’s tough economic times…

Ft. Lauderdale “Software Best Practices Conference”, Nov 2009 – 15
project management institute jobs
Image by Ed Yourdon
Note: for some reason, this photo was published as an illustration in an undated (Nov 2009) Squidoo blog titled "Learn English."

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Visitors to my Flickr site sometimes assume that I’m a full-time photographer, but that’s hardly the case. As I’ve explained on my profile page, my "day job" is in the computer field: I work as a consultant, speaker, and author in software development and project management. That job includes speaking at various computer conferences, including the IT Metrics and Productivity Institute’s "Software Best Practices" conferences that are held in various parts of the country.

That’s what brought me to Ft. Lauderdale in mid-November this year. I thought I might find some interesting photographic opportunities when I arrived on the afternoon before the conference, but the beach was almost empty, and the "strip" along the beach seemed to consist of relatively boring bars and Mexican restaurants. So, aside from a single picture of a mysterious bird that I saw waddling along the street (an osprey? heron? who knows?), most of the pictures are of various speakers at the conference itself. These may not mean much to you, but it will give at least a small sense of some of the issues that software professionals and IT managers care about in today’s tough economic times…



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