[consulting] Drupal Skills Inventory

David Hazel dave at hazelconsulting.com
Mon Aug 24 20:51:16 UTC 2009

Sounds like we need a client/contractor dating site. Fill out your needs
profile and we'll match you to a relevant contractor using 39pts of


BTW. In this scenario I've defined client as the purchaser of service, and
the contractor as the provider of said services. (i.e.
contractor/sub-contractor relationship).

On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 11:02 AM, liza <nyc.blogdiva at gmail.com> wrote:

> 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
> http://culturekitchen.com
> http://dailygotham.com
> http://lizasabater.com
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> 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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