[consulting] Drupal Skills Inventory

liza nyc.blogdiva at gmail.com
Mon Aug 24 18:02:27 UTC 2009

What exactly are you looking for? A module developer? A site
architect/builder? A sysadmin with experience optimizing for Drupal? A web
designer with strong UI chops?

These are all different sets of Drupal skills. The error a lot of people
make is in assuming that "knowing Drupal" somehow is going to get you people
proficient in all these things.

Liza Sabater

MOB 646.552.7365
AIM cultkitdiva

On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 11:03 AM, Sam Cohen <sam at samcohen.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I recently posted a request asking for freelancers and was a bit
> overwhelmed by the number of responses.  I also realized that I really need
> a better way to figure out what someone's Drupal skills are --  to see if a
> certain type of work is appropriate for them.
> I'm wondering if anyone here has every put together a Drupal skills
> inventory/survey and if they would be willing to share it.  (or if you know
> of one that exists and can provide a link)
> I started working on my own and here is what I have so far as a draft
> http://bit.ly/rCXcc  .  The purpose is for me to be able to understand a
> freelancer's skill level -- it's not a test and relies on the person who is
> filling it out answering the questions honestly.  I think such an inventory
> can also be helpful when hiring an employee -- and even for a client to use
> when looking to hire a freelance developer.
> I would greatly appreciate any feedback or ideas you all have for any
> additional questions to ask -- or if you think any of my questions should be
> revised.
> Thanks,
> Sam
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