I am from Electronics background and working as a trainer in a Pvt company but now I want to change my career to IT field. I am having some basic knowledge of SQL programming, that's why i decided to go for a Oracle DBA.
Is knowledge of LINUX is must for a DBA?
: I have got these five.1.Hardware Administrator. 2.Hardware Engineer 3.Software Engineer 4.Computer Programmer. 5. Computer Networker
If someone kindly just define the work of any two among them. And other's explanation. Or give me a referrence. Thanks
This position in a school is in charge of the school information system. The database consists of all the students with their information as well as grades. It also involves printing the report cards and transcripts. Included also is the student schedules. What type of degree or education is really needed to perform this job?
Or is a BS absolutely necessary? I am hoping to earn the AS, get an entry level job then earn a BS while I am working. Is that impossible to do? Especially in this economy. I live in California but I guess to get my foot into the door I am willing to move after I earn the AS.
If I go to school for network administration could i obtain a job as a database administrator?
I will be graduating with a MSc in Networking this september and I was wondering how can I get a job as a DBA or Solaris administrator.I do have a degree in Computer Science as well.Any IT professionals out there please advise.Thanks
I am planning to be a database administrator and I'm thinking to get a certificate for that. I already know the classes that I need to take but I'm not sure if the "oracle, linux, unix" are programming classes... I'm really really bad at math, and I always hear that a person has to be good in math to be a programmer ( or at least to make programs ). Can somebody tell me the if these (oracle, linux, unix) classes are gonna be programming??? Thanks.
What degree would I need? Where can I look for an entry level position?
I have a BS degree in MIS and am about to start work at a poultry plant being the IT Shop Floor Support Technician. I want to get some certifications but I don't want to get something that I will have to need for further on in my career. I would like to work up to a systems analyst/ administrator or database administrator.
Hi, I am a recent graduate with a BA in Computer Information Systems and am looking to become a database administrator but have not find a job yet. Would obtaining a certification be a smart idea and would that increase my chances of getting a job? I have been looking into the MCDBA certification or the Microsoft SQL Certification. I am just looking for some guidance into entering this field and how to go about it.
The hype of doing MCA seems like a rat race to me, ask anyone and the answer is same MCA but i have seen many people doing certificate courses like MCSE, CCNA , SAP and oracle etc. and earning a handsome salary in big IT companies like wipro, infosys, TCS etc. So what to do after doing BCA? here are the options----
1. MCA (3 years of hard work not knowing the future prospects)
2. MBA (eyeryone wants to have one MBA degree, isn't it)
3. MCSE, CCNA, SAP, ORACLE (System administrators, networking is the in-thing these days, what u think?)
What are some job opportunities starting from, or advancing to, a network administrator position? What are some additional training necessary for employees to advance. Are there any roles for organizational incentives and mentoring to develop talent pools?
Please! Any help or tips are kindly appreciated.
I recently changed my major to IT, and I have to specialize in 2 areas. They are systems administration, network administration, database administration, and application development.I was hoping anybody in the field or doing the same major could advise me about what I would be studying and/or about what kinds of jobs I could get with these specializations? Thanks
I will be going to school and want to be as employable as possible and every company needs an IT guy. I am looking at IT programs and don't know what field to study. Thanks
What is the best IT area to get into right now(what is most desired?)?
Hello, I'm taking information systems management and i like business and IT so was thinking to approach real life with SAP, ORACLE AND PROJECT MANAGEMENTS CERTIFICATION in order to get a job after finish my degree, also, take some courses to learn CASE tools apply on business process.. do you believe this can work or not? yes,no why? thank you
Is it easy to get job in SAP realm post finishing the tough course.
I can not access disk management in windows vista, because i get this error: Windows cannot access the specified drive, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions...
I m computer Engineer 2010 graduate and i m confused for which field to choose system administrator or software developer. both fields are interesting , but which one is better than other(learning & income). can anybody from IT Professionals help me ?
I am fresher so what i have to do if i want to go for system administrator/Engineer before going for certification like MCSE,CCNA etc....
Or can someone tell me some careers that have to do with computers?