We wanted to let folks in our community be some of the first to know that we have launched a new Integration Developer Certification from Workato!
This certification is designed to validate your skills and abilities as a Workato Integration Developer. In order to sign up for a cohort click “Get Started” on the course and register!
Note: All cohorts are tentative dates. We will have further communication on specific dates.
This certification process is split into two portions. The first is a 60-question multiple choice assessment (the "assessment") and the second is a practical process where you will submit materials and a recording describing how you have architected a prompted use case both conceptually and in Workato (the "practicum").
This thread will be a space on the community for folks to talk about the newly launched Integration Developer Certification and ask questions. We know that this is a complex practicum that can be solved in a variety of different ways. The purpose is for this to be an open forum and NOT a place to share answers. If we find someone sharing answers or solutions, we reserve the right to revoke or fail your certification.
Please use good judgement when posting
Do not post exam questions or answers to exam questions
Do not do work on behalf of someone
Do not work in teams on the practicum. We know that you might chat about the practicum but please be sure to put together your own solution and videos.
Some examples of good questions to ask or discussions to have on this forum:
I had X assumption from the practicum description; is this accurate?
What does X part of the instructions mean?
When is the next cohort happening?
How do I sign up for the next cohort?
Some examples of questions or responses that will be flagged:
Can you share the recipe you did for scenario one?
Screenshots illustrating practicum solutions
What is the best way to do X in scenario two?
If you have any questions about the certification, the requirements, or the benefits, don’t hesitate to ask on this forum!
Julien from Automation Institute