Your response to the launch of our Glide certification has been overwhelming!
Our feeds are filled with people sharing their freshly-minted credentials.
We love to see it. Now we want to know…
What kind of certification should Glide release next?
- Level 2 certification for general Glide use cases
- Themed certifications for specific Glide use cases
- Other (reply with details)
Here’s what we’re considering:
A Level 2 certification would cover general Glide use cases at a more intermediate level, building on the fundamentals already covered in Level 1 certification.
Themed certifications would cover specific Glide use cases, like building AI-powered apps, building Glide apps for Operations, or working with certain data sources and integrations.
Don’t like either of these approaches? If you have a different idea, choose Other, and reply with details about what kind of certification you’d like to see offered next.
Level 2 deeper on the basics.
Level 3 start getting into specific-use cases.
I am excited for the themed certifications for specific Glide use cases, but assuming that it will still have level 3 and maybe on and on… i believe it make sense to do a general again for level 2.
What will be the difference, when we get the level 2, 3 or 100
For now, it looks like a fun game but what would we get from this?
You get the certification.
Let me clarify the distinctions:
- What sets apart a Level 1 certification from a Level 2 certification?
- How does certification compare to having a vast portfolio?
Additionally, will certified individuals receive promotion on the Glide website, and does it come with any benefits in the affiliate program?
While certification is a great marketing concept for Glide, aside from the diploma, what other rewards can we expect for our efforts and for sharing our certification?
The certification is the reward.
It’s evidence that you’ve proven your knowledge by completing the assessment.
If you don’t find it valuable, you don’t need to do it.
For everyone else: The poll results point in a clear direction, so we’re going to close this thread. Thank you for taking part!