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I am a OCP Track 8i, but unable to find a job because most of the companies are looking for programmer cum dbas. What should i do. I was a programmer in foxpro, which is no more in use.
Guide me...
 
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become java certified?
 
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Yeah, most job ads specify Oracle, but when you look closer its really a job opening for a developer with experience using Oracle.
 
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THANKS SIMON AND SAM
Dear Simon if i study java, i have to spend days to learn and then spend days to find a job. As you know company looks for experience , whereas i will be a fresher for java. I am just confused???
 
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