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to oracle or to ms sql server 03

It's pretty much safe to say I'm a M$ whore. But I wanted to complete a
certication for either one of those rdbms's in the subject line by the time
I graduate school. I was seriously thinking about the MS SQL route, but
something different like oracle. Oracle's certifications seem a little more
interesting than MS's tracks. But anyways, anyone have any input on which to
invest my time and money in, which neither do I have much of. And by the
way, I'm wondering about the marketplace here in the USA.
big tia
Jul 19 '05 #1
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"binarydivision" <bi*****@cox.net> wrote in
news:qKppd.2410$QR.1506@lakeread01:
It's pretty much safe to say I'm a M$ whore. But I wanted to complete
a certication for either one of those rdbms's in the subject line by
the time I graduate school. I was seriously thinking about the MS SQL
route, but something different like oracle. Oracle's certifications
seem a little more interesting than MS's tracks. But anyways, anyone
have any input on which to invest my time and money in, which neither
do I have much of. And by the way, I'm wondering about the marketplace
here in the USA. big tia


Go for the Micro$oft certification.
Many,many more sites run SQL Server than Oracle.
Besides if you get the Oracle certification & have no or minimal real world
experience, then the piece of paper would only be of value to you if you
took it to the bathroom & used it there.
Jul 19 '05 #2

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