Chander Ganesan wrote:
> Iannsp wrote:
>> I did like to know what you think about the postgresql certifications
>> provided for
>> PostgreSQL CE
>> My question is about the validate of this certification for the clients.
>> Make difference to be certified?
> IMHO, the SRA certification has been around for awhile, and I believe
> it has some credibility in Japan...While I'm not sure what its
> credibility is like here in the US - the fact that it has credibility
> in Japan is a big plus .
> The CertFirst certification (examsonline.com), seems to be
> administered online (as opposed to SRA's which is at a PearsonVUE test
> center) - which basically means that it's open book, open note, call
> your friend, copy the questions, etc. It also seems that CertFirst
> runs the certification themselves under what appears to be a shell
> company called "examsonline". It looks to be more of a marketing ploy
> than anything else....
Correction...I just checked and it looks like they've updated their web
site and no longer refer to the examsonline online exam...so I'm not
sure where/what their exam entails now. Their site used to refer to an
exam through examsonline.com ... You'll have to contact them for details...
> Based on the fact that they are a provider of training under the WIA
> act in IL, I'd suspect that they need a certification so that they can
> sell their programs to the unemployed folks that are getting free
> training on the gov'ts dime.
>> thanks for advanced.
>> Ivo Nascimento.
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