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Project Management Professional (PMP®) by PMI®
• Project Management Professional (PMP®) by PMI® • Formal education: Linguistics/Philology • Experienced with: - OS: Windows, Mac, Unix - Development Languages: Visual Basic, Java, Delphi, C - Content Management Systems - Localization, Webhelp, Authoring Software - Desktop Publishing, Image and Web development tools - Audio and Video processing applications - Office suites • Language Skills: English, French, Spanish
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