I am a project manager, PMP for short, and have been one for a long time now. I've created and managed a myriad of product introductions, and process and RDBMS developments. It's what I love to do.
Opinions? Any feedback would certainly be appreciated.
Project+ is neither the best nor the worst as project management credentials go. It's not a bad place to start, but if you do want to be taken seriously as a PM professional, I urge you to investigate the offerings from the Project Management Institute, whose Project Management Professional (PMP) cert is probably the best known and most valuable of the various certs that fall into this category (for more information, visit www.pmi.org).
Also, I recently did some Web-only content for Certification magazine entitled "CloseUp: Project Management" that you may be able to access through http://www.certmag.com/articles/templates/cmag_webonly.asp?articleid=106&zoneid=33. I say "may" because you may not be able to access it without joining the Web site first (it's free, but they will collect your e-mail address.)
HTH, and good luck with your certs.
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