Argentina presente ;-)
On Feb 3, 2008 6:49 AM, Jean-Paul Argudo <jean-paul(at)argudo(dot)org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> First of all, thanks to Josuah to start this usefull and long time
> waited project :-)
> Oleg Bartunov wrote :
> > Can you show us the goals of the PostgreSQL Certification ?
> To me, there are two things Id like to be "PostgreSQL Certified":
> - individuals
> - companies
> Id really prefer my company be certified by the community rather than by
> a company, despite the full respect I have in SRA's engagement in
> PostgreSQL and that we all know their contributions.
> > I always voted for the united PostgreSQL Certification program (amin,
> > developer) we could promote with the help of commercial companies.
> Count on us (Dalibo) and us (PostgreSQLFr non-profit).
> > In my opinion, common certificate, valid in all countries will be much more
> > useful than buttons.
> Definitely. We discussed the topic at Prato. We were talking there about
> it could be a project inside PostgreSQL-Europe.
> I'd be more than happy if this could be a Worldwide project instead.
> > We have several good authors who can be sponsored
> > to write certification courses with the help of developers.
> Yes, I think so. Dalibo could contribute too, on its own. I know some of
> the non-profit that can contribute too.
> > On Wed, 30 Jan 2008, Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> > Myself and a small team of PostgreSQL contributors have started a new
> > community project for PostgreSQL Certification. It is just launching
> > but we wanted to get it out there so that people can join in on the
> > discussion now :).
> > For more information please visit:
> > http://www.postgresqlcertification.org/
> > Joshua D. Drake
> Thanks for such a good initiative, Josuah:
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> in the mailing-list :)
> Jean-Paul Argudo
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