[consulting] Drupal Certification and Requirements

Wim Mostrey 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 [1]:

"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 [2] on the
Development list for more definitions of contribution."

Your contributions prove you are good at Drupal, not some piece of paper.


[1] http://drupal.org/drupal-services
Quoting paola.dimaio at gmail.com:

> sounds like an excellent business idea
> no such thing yet afaik
> pdm
> 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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