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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
Being "brainbench certified" ;)
July 24, 2006 @ 05:58:32

Tobias Schlitt has responded to our own post talking about the PHP5 "certification" that Brainbench is offering.

As Markus did, I took the so-called "Brainbench PHP 5 certification" yesterday night after some beers. ;) Nevertheless, the result was, that was I still "scored higher than 90% of previous examinees".

I have pretty much the same feeling about this exam that Markus has. I don't really see a point in testing how familiar people are with the docs, but that seems to be the main purpose of the exam.

He also notes that even the examples with code weren't written well, being either too long or using deprecated functions to accomplish the taks.

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Brainbench.com:
Free PHP5 Certification Exam
July 21, 2006 @ 09:36:24

Over on Brainbench.com, there's a new free certification they're offering for those out there looking to flex their PHP5 skills.

Our PHP 5 test measures your knowledge of scripting in PHP Hypertext Preprocessor 5. Designed for experienced programmers, this test covers the following topics: Communication Functions, Databases, General Functions, HTML, Language Functions, Language Structure, Object Oriented PHP.

The test covers topics such as the communications functions, language functions, object oriented concepts, database programming, and the language structure. You can take the test here.

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