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Choosing a Flash Certification Level

Choosing a Flash Certification Level

There are two certification exams for Macromedia Flash.

  • Flash Designer. The Macromedia Flash Designer certification is based upon the most critical job activities a Flash Designer performs. The knowledge level required is defined as having experience with non-code based software that uses visual objects in development and the following general suggested prerequisites: (1) One to two years experience with Macromedia Flash, (2) At least six months experience with Macromedia Flash and some experience with Macromedia Flash 8, and (3) One to two years of involvement in Web design, production, and graphics in the full development process in website creation

  • Flash Developer. The Macromedia Flash Developer certification is based upon the most critical job activities a Flash Developer performs. Before you take the Certified Macromedia Flash Developer Exam, Macromedia suggests you meet the following prerequisites: (1) One to two years of object-oriented software development and/or scripting experience, (2) One to two years of involvement in Web design, production, and graphics creation, (3) One to two years experience with Macromedia Flash MX or later, (4) Six months to one year of HTML and JavaScript, (5) Six months experience with database interaction using Macromedia Flash MX or later, (6) Six months experience with server architecture and/or streaming technologies with Macromedia Flash MX 2004 or later.


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