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April 07, 2011

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Thanks Mike,

Your blog gave me the right pointers to get the 60 PDUs required for renewing my PMP.

Mahtab SYED

Hi Mahtab,

You are very welcome, I am glad you found the information useful.
The PMI are not looking for training courses as much as engagement and promoting the profession.

Thanks for your comment.
Mike

Whooaa... I just found your blog Mike and I can tell that is very helpful!!

I've just got certified PMP and now I'm looking for more information about the PMI Agile certification, and came to your blog (by the way, I can't wait to read your book, congrats!!).

This article is helping me in planing how can I get my PDUs... so, thanks again.

Keep the excelent work !

Saludos from Guadalajara, Mexico.

Carlos Alvarez

Hi Carlos,

Thanks for the great feedback, I really appreciate it.

Best of luck for your ACP exam.

Regards
Mike

Hi Mike,

Really am loving the content on your website, especially with quality posts like this. My only gripe is that I wish I found it sooner!

I'm about to update my website (http://pmpcertificationonline.org) with a post about maintaining the validity of the PMP Certification by meeting the PDU quota and was just wondering if I may link to this post so that my readers could get the information straight from the horse's mouth?

Cheers,

-Johnson.

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