[consulting] General consultant's vent
victorkane at gmail.com
Thu Aug 6 21:58:33 UTC 2009
Really fascinating how this whole thread starts out implicitly dealing with
how to defend the interests of website application developers, and ends up
identifying with how best to help the employers commoditize our services.
For Kieran Lal, who is a great guy and a selfless Drupal activist, the
answer, however, for the audience he is tuned towards is the hideously
exploitative odesk (who control your screen while you work) which is "a
great place to find certified and experienced Drupal talent." As I recall
the Drupal Association had something to do with their "certification"
http://www.odesk.com/users/?q=drupal shows people offering Drupal services
for USD $15 / hour.
Couldn't find Kieran's article on the Drupal Association site anymore, but
Google cache has it:
No, not a certification program. We need a union.
On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 6:42 PM, Domenic Santangelo <domenic at workhabit.com>wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 2:01 PM, Kevin Stanek <kevins at qfeinc.com> wrote:
>> Probably cuz thats just a bottomless, endless can of worms. Look at your
>> typical certification exams. [...]
> You guys are talking implementation details. Making sure MCSE-style
> silliness doesn't occur should be a goal, but it doesn't make sense to
> dismiss the concept because someone else did it in a way you don't like.
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