The PostgreSQL Community is working to create a community driven and endorsed PostgreSQL Certification. This effort is spearheaded by the PostgreSQL Certification Project (http://www.postgresqlcertification.org). The primary focus of the project is the development and support of a series of tiered certifications that provide a standardized method of identifying the knowledge and skills of database professionals working with PostgreSQL.
At this time, the PostgreSQL Certification Project is pleased to announce the availability of a Job Task Analysis survey that will help shape the content and form the initial certifications will take. This survey is publicly available and all are encouraged to participate.
To take the survey, please register at:
The registration process takes just a couple of minutes. Once registration is complete and you are logged in, click JTA in the menu followed by “participate in the survey” (http://www.postgresqlcertification.org/job_task_analysis). The survey takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.
We ask everyone to please take the time to complete the survey and to refer an employer, manager, colleague, or anyone else that may rely on a PostgreSQL database in some manner to take it as well. With the help of the community we will be able to reach as wide an audience as possible.
If you are interested in joining the PostgreSQL Certification Project, please visit http://lists.postgresqlcertification.org/mailman/listinfo/cert/ and subscribe to the mailing list after taking the survey.
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