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Which is better? Oracle DBA or Maintenence project in AS/400?

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Hiii everyone,
I have recently joined an IT company I am a fresher and i have to choose a career path for me.I have been assigned a project of maintenance and ERP support of an organisation.I have to use AS/400 as my platorm.Have to code in COBOL.So please guide me that if i should work hard on this technology or i should choose Oracle DBA as my career path.
Thanks and regards,
Saad Abdullah,
saad4071.06@bitmesra.ac.in
Jul 22 '10 #1
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If the option persists I strongly recommend Oracle DBA. If you are a start-up in your career you will need a proper launch pad and Oracle DBA is in demand today. Can you be a bit more specific as to what does the Maintenance project in AS/400 entail? I love to code in COBOL but again it's a matter of personal choice. But global market is way more receptive to Oracle DBA.
Jul 22 '10 #2

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@Jyoti Ballabh
Actually my company is giving an ERP support to Exide Technologies.I have just started my career.So i want to choose a best path for my career nd money earning too.The server is located at client site.nd we support and maintain for them.please provide me details.And please help me in choosing a right path.I have only 1-2 days to decide.
Jul 22 '10 #3

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Beyond OCA, by becoming an Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) you demonstrate your understanding of the full range of skills required by Oracle professionals in your chosen job role. An OCP is in high demand in today's marketplace. The level of demand continues to grow with each new installation of Oracle technologies around the world. An OCP Certification raises your visibility and increases your access to the industry's most challenging opportunities. The demand for professionals in the information technology industry is high, and the competition for jobs is intense. Individuals, experienced or new to the profession, need to know what skills make them attractive to employers. Employers look for ways to select prospective employees who have the solid foundation of skills needed for effective performance. The Oracle Certification Program helps the IT industry establish a standard of competence in key entry-level and professional job roles. The Oracle Certification Program can give you a distinct advantage. OCPs have testified to the value of Oracle Certification2: An Oracle Certification is a valuable, industry-recognized credential that signifies a proven level of knowledge and ability. Each higher level of Oracle certification brings a higher standard of benchmarked skill and ability, which leads to greater opportunities and higher pay. The true value of earning an OCP credential is increased opportunity. With more opportunity come career growth and higher pay. Oracle certifications have consistently delivered the best value for the investment made by IT professionals. An Oracle Certified Associate (OCA) demonstrates a solid understanding of the foundation skills of a given job role, which can be applied at an apprentice or entry level. "Oracle’s predominant OCP certification showed 28 percent more money than the average certification program measured." By earning an OCA certification, you can have increased entry-level job opportunities. It is the stepping-stone to starting a successful career as an Oracle professional. Additionally, OCP brings the following value-added benefits to Certified Professionals. Once you are an OCP member, you will continue to receive all communications and benefits. Any new benefits that are developed for OCPs after you are certified will also be delivered to those already certified.
Jul 24 '10 #4

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Oracle DBA gives you more of an option and a better edge.
Jul 25 '10 #5

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