Re: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...

From: Kevin Grittner
Subject: Re: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...
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Msg-id: 4F894C290200002500046F11@gw.wicourts.gov
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In response to: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...  (Albretch Mueller)
Responses: Re: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...  (Josh Berkus)
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PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...  (Albretch Mueller, )
 Re: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...  ("Kevin Grittner", )
  Re: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...  (Josh Berkus, )
   Re: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...  (Ashish Nauriyal, )
    Re: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...  (Greg Smith, )
     Re: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...  (Dave Page, )
     Re: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...  (Josh Berkus, )
      Re: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...  (Greg Smith, )
       Re: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...  (Koichi Suzuki, )
      Re: PostgreSQL Certified Engineer program ...  (Susanne Ebrecht, )

Albretch Mueller  wrote:

> Maybe it is just a "cultural" thing. Why is it PostgreSQL CE hasn't
> been happening?

If you're asking why the PostgreSQL Global Development Group, hasn't
set up a formal certification process, this might help:

http://wiki.postgresql.org/wiki/FAQ#Who_controls_PostgreSQL.3F

There's nothing to block any organization from offering classes or
their own certifications, but it seems unlikely to me that PGDG is
likely to endorse any particular certification.  It will be up to
those offering or acquiring the certification to demonstrate its
value.

Consider it a business opportunity if you like.  ;-)

-Kevin


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