David Clements (@davidmarkclem), Principal Architect of NearForm, and Adrian Estrada, (@edsadr), VP of NodeSource, gave a comprehensive overview of the new Node.js certifications at Node + JS Interactive, and we have the video!
In the talk, David and Adrian explore the reasons for the creation of the certification and why developers should get certified with OpenJS. They also go into detail around the guiding principles, how quality assurance has been implemented and what is being done to ensure long-term integrity.
In the section on Inside the Certifications, they look at exam expectations, pricing, scholarships and an overview of the two certifications.
They ended with directions for the future of the certifications.
The industry is mature and there is more demand for Node skills than there is availability. OpenJS believes that the Node certifications create new opportunities, and are an excellent way to improve your resume and more to projects and jobs that are higher paying and more fulfilling.
Video by Section
It Takes a Community (:35)
Cross Organizational Effort (1:03)
Certification Committee (2:50)
Quality Assurance (4:00)
Long-term Integrity Measures (4:45)
Inside the Certifications (5:20)
Exam Expectations (5:25)
Virtual Machine Environment (6:24)
Exams Overview (7:23)
- OpenJS Node Application Developer
- OpenJS Node Services Developer
Regular Promotions (13:45)
OpenJS Node.js Services Developer (JSNSD)
The OpenJS Node.js Services Developer certification is for the Node.js developer with at least two years of experience creating RESTful servers and services with Node.js. It is designed for anyone looking to demonstrate competence in creating RESTful Node.js Servers and Services (or Microservices) with a particular emphasis on security practices.
OpenJS Node.js Application Developer (JSNAD)
The OpenJS Node.js Application Developer certification is ideal for the Node.js developer with at least two years of experience working with Node.js. It is designed for anyone looking to demonstrate competence with Node.js to create applications of any kind, with a focus on knowledge of Node.js core APIs.