What are the Triple Constraints according to CompTIA

doctafaustusdoctafaustus Registered Users Posts: 2 ■□□□□□□□□□
I'm getting conflicting information from the Sybex box.
As one of the end-chapter questions, it says they're budget, quality, and time:

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But on the companion CD, it say's they're scope, time, and quality.

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Which one is it???

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  • Excellent1Excellent1 Member Posts: 461 ■■■■■■□□□□
    Neither, actually. The triple constraint refers to:
    • Scope: Deliverable of the project
    • Time: Schedule of the project
    • Cost: Budget of the project
    Good luck.
    Also, as an additional comment, this comes up from time to time, as different industries do sometimes substitute quality as one of the constraints. If you do some searching for what CompTIA wants, I think you'll find that what I've written above is correct. I passed this exam earlier this year (in Feb), so it was correct at that point.
  • DeathgomperDeathgomper Member Posts: 356 ■■■□□□□□□□
    Excellent1 wrote: »
    Neither, actually. The triple constraint refers to:
    • Scope: Deliverable of the project
    • Time: Schedule of the project
    • Cost: Budget of the project
    Good luck.
    Also, as an additional comment, this comes up from time to time, as different industries do sometimes substitute quality as one of the constraints. If you do some searching for what CompTIA wants, I think you'll find that what I've written above is correct. I passed this exam earlier this year (in Feb), so it was correct at that point.

    Agreed

    Even though that companion CD is a great tool (IMO) there are still some inconsistencies with the practice test portion.
  • doctafaustusdoctafaustus Registered Users Posts: 2 ■□□□□□□□□□
    Ok, thanks for confirming this. I've seen these constraints change 3 times in this book between the flashcards, book questions, and CD tests. That's sort of unacceptable but at least now I know.
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