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Certified Thunder Integrators (CTI) are IT consultancies, developers, agencies, and similar IT professionals with proven knowledge and practical experience in managing and implementing successful Thunder projects. CTIs need to be certified by the Thunder Core Team. They can help you to implement your Thunder site.
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How to become a CTI
In order to become a CTI, please apply for certification by sending an e-mail to the Thunder Core Team ([email protected]). The Core Team will then guide you through the certification process.
In order to be certified by the Thunder Core Team, a company or developer has to demonstrate that they/he/she have/has conducted at least one successful significant project that implements Thunder in a professional environment.
The Thunder Core Team will conduct a short interview via phone, mail, chat, or similar means with the respective project owner/sponsor. Furthermore, the Core Team will review at least parts of the software code. The project and the implementation have to respect the following guidelines:
- The Association for Computing Machinery’s (ACM) Software Engineering Code of Ethics and Professional Practices (http://www.acm.org/about/se-code), as well as
- The Drupal standards, security and best practices recommendations (https://www.drupal.org/developing/best-practices), and
- The Thunder Coding Guidelines (https://burdamagazinorg.gitbooks.io/thunder/content/developer_documentation/coding_guidelines.html)
When reviewing the code, the Core Team will keep any non-public parts of the code strictly confidential. Further, it will not use any knowledge of the code for Thunder or any other projects.