Proficiency Level 1
Explains syntax and basic constructs of a scripting language.
Explains the basic concepts and terminology of scripting tools.
Gathers sources for public domain and vendor-supplied script libraries.
Proficiency Level 2
Applies a scripting and display language within a specific system environment.
Analyzes major frames, forms, tables, layers, and their relationships within a scripting language.
Performs embedded and remote scripting, event detection and handling.
Defines available wizards, utilities, plug-ins, and applets for a specific software application.
Applies best practices and standards for developing and maintaining scripts.
Proficiency Level 3
Trains others on major features and facilities of a specific scripting tool.
Develops complex scripts to automate activities Consults on approaches and facilities used in handling arrays and variables.
Develops procedures for interfacing script with graphics and overlays with animation.
Resolves problems with scrolling, writing to the status bar, timeouts, and layering.
Researches and evaluates the features and capabilities of major script- enabled browsers.
Proficiency Level 4
Subject Matter Expert
Provides insight on trends in and the usage of statically-typed language versus dynamically-typed language.
Leads in comparing and contrasting alternative scripting tools, platforms and engines.
Plays a leadership role in matching scripting tools to application requirements.
Revises and updates scripting standards to improve application performance.
Predicts future changes in alternative scripting models, methods and applications.