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techno functional guide

Discussion in 'Training and Certification' started by matifsh2, Apr 14, 2014.

  1. matifsh2

    matifsh2 Active Member

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    Dear friends
    Can anybody guide me to start my career in oracle , so for Techo functional expert from where i should start oracle technology,?
    I need to ask about learning path from down to up ? please guide me thanks
     
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  3. matifsh2

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    Thats nice to have response from sergey, sure i would do that but should i have need to do OCP-developer track for it first, or i can do it directly ? i need your complete guide for learning path.
    Regards
     
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    Becoming Oracle certified is not required to have a successful career as a database developer or DBA. Earning certifications can help -- especially for people just starting out. However, earning one does not guarantee employment. Many people cheat on the exams by using brain dump material and end up with a piece of paper that says they know Oracle... but is a lie.

    One of the best things about the certifications is that the topic lists for each exam on Oracle University's site provides a reasonable starting point of 'what to study' for people who wish to work with Oracle. Even if you don't plan to take the test, you can use these as a checklist of information to read about in the Oracle documentation.