Capitalization of SQL Server should be consistent throughout.
I think I would also reword the questions that say "this certification" to " a middle tier certification."
Some verbiage at the beginning to describe the purpose of this poll (to create a new certification level) could be helpful as well.
So far, it looks good and could prove useful.
I agree with Jason about the Capitalization of SQL Server throughout to be consistent, and in the verbiage at the top to describe the purpose. I also agree with the others about #7 being worded badly, and should be removed from it for now.
Since the first question talks about creating a mid level certification, I'm okay with the remaining questions referring to "this certification".
I'd like to see some questions about:
1. Should this certification require an examination?
2. Should this certification require a lab?
3. Should this certification require a certification board?
4. How many board members should the certification board consist of?
Question #3: Currently, the vote for TIS is for 18 mos. Would it be wise to split this down to 1 yr, 18mos, 2 yr, 3-5 yr? I'd yank the >5 yrs... that seems to be stretching TIS way too far, IMHO.
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