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My organisation is starting to follow the CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) process.
We are all quite new to it.

I know that is for asking questions related to Programming but may we ask questions related to CMMI process in or may be some other Stack Exchange websites?

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Take a look at Programmers.SE (and especially it's FAQ):

Programmers — Stack Exchange is a site for professional programmers who are interested in getting expert answers on conceptual questions about software development. If you have a question about...

  • [...]
  • development methodologies
  • [...]
  • quality assurance
  • [...]

...then you're in the right place to ask your question!

But be careful; CMMI is a general QA process, not specific to programming. Asking questions on how to apply it to a software development process might well still be on topic though.

The rule of thumb for choosing between Programmers and SO is: Are you at the whiteboard? Use Programmers. Design done but stuck coding? Go to Stack Overflow.

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