[consulting] Drupal Certification and Requirements
drupal at mostrey.be
Wed Dec 19 09:03:42 UTC 2007
I'm not sure. With Drupal's release cycle you'd have to re-take the exam every
two years at the very least. I'm not sure if people, especially self-employed
developers, are willing to pay up whatever it costs take just to get the
certificate to "prove" clients they are proficient with Drupal.
To support this point I refer to the Drupal Services page :
"Note: We only list individuals and companies that have contributed to Drupal.
Even though a "contribution" is somewhat subjective and hard to define, it is
fairly easy to understand once you see it. See this discussion  on the
Development list for more definitions of contribution."
Your contributions prove you are good at Drupal, not some piece of paper.
Quoting paola.dimaio at gmail.com:
> sounds like an excellent business idea
> no such thing yet afaik
> On Dec 19, 2007 10:05 AM, johnrosswvsu <john_rosswvsu at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Hi Everyone!
>> Is there any existing official Drupal examination that is conducted for
>> examinees to get a certification? If so, what are the requirements (such as
>> testing fees, etc)? Where could be the testing centers? and any additional
>> information about it....
>> John Ross
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