[consulting] Drupal Certification (was: General consultant's vent)
Kristof Van Tomme
kristof at pronovix.com
Mon Aug 10 10:29:51 UTC 2009
You are right that a certification is only as valuable as the
organization that is vouching for it.
So far I only know about the odesk certification. If you can call that
a certification of course...
2009/8/10 Vivek Khurana <hiddenharmony at gmail.com>:
> On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 2:21 PM, Kristof Van Tomme <kristof at pronovix.com>
>> In this comparison
>> Drupal == Linux
>> Acquia Drupal == Red Hat Linux
>> In contrast with Drupal both Red Hat and MySQL are open source
>> projects with a commercial entity at the core. So your comparison
>> Vivek, doesn't hold.
> My comparison was not in terms of the commercial or non-commercial but in
> terms of quality of the certificate. Whether they have commercial entity or
> non-commercial entity at the core does not matter to me. The point I want to
> raise is we need to have a body at the core to ensure the quality of xyz
> certificate given by ACME corporation and DA can act as that body.
> Btw if you can point a non-commercial entity that is conducting
> certification in drupal, that will be very helpful.
> The hidden harmony is better than the obvious!!
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