re: Do Developers Need Project Management Skill? VIEW POST

re: A silly question. How can i practice without an opportunity. Therefore, we should try whenever we can have an opportunity

Keep in mind, Project Management is nothing more than taking a larger task, breaking it down into smaller pieces, and then keeping track of each part's progress so you're aware of the project's progress as a whole.

As far as opportunity: You'll have to create some for yourself until others offer you the chance. Start with a personal project - doesn't even have to be related to development. If your project was painting a house, you could break the project as a whole into individual tasks for each room. You could then assess the project as a whole by the current progress of each individual task.

For development projects: When in doubt, create yourself a portfolio/resume. Build a website using your skills to showcase your skills. Think about how you want to market yourself, then divide and conquer.

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