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 The ignition certification test 
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Post The ignition certification test
How difficult is the test?
Should I take classes prior to taking the test or is experience making 1 project good enough?


Fri May 18, 2012 3:25 am
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Post Re: The ignition certification test
It really depends on the complexity of your one project. The basic class covers some less-used features (although once you learn about them, you use them more often!). These features may be included in the exam.

I personally got quite a bit out of the course. If nothing else, it introduces you to IA staff that you'll rely on later when things go wrong. You also get a glimpse into their world and understand the product dev cycles and upcoming features better.


Fri May 18, 2012 8:21 am
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Post Re: The ignition certification test
Yeah it really depends on how broadly your one project covered the features of Ignition.

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Post Re: The ignition certification test
classes really sound like a good idea, How much fun can you have in Cali while you take the class?
What are the hours like on these classes?


Tue May 29, 2012 11:43 am
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Post Re: The ignition certification test
There is a ton of stuff to do in northern California. The class hours are from 9am - 4pm Monday - Thursday and 9am - 12pm on Friday.

Here are a list of classes with dates:

http://inductiveautomation.com/events

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