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April 13, 2008

OCE – Oracle Certified Expert SQL Approved

Filed under: Uncategorized — heliodias @ 2:39 am

yeah, i passed today.

And i recommend this certification, cause is a good way to show that you are a little bit more than a database administrator.

Read more about Oracle database SQL certified expert program on:

Oracle Expert Program

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The Oracle Certified Expert program is an exciting new type of specialization certification program from Oracle, which grants credentials that recognize competency in specific technologies, architectures or domains not currently covered in the path-based Certified Associate and Certified Professional credentials.

Some of the parameters are:

  1. Niche oriented – based upon specific products or technologies rather than broad job roles.
  2. Credentials are independent of the current OCA, OCP, OCM hierarchy.
  3. Typically comprises a single comprehensive exam, rather than a series of exams.
  4. Competencies falling under the umbrella of the Expert program may range from foundational skills to mastery of advanced technologies.
  5. May have prerequisites such as an online exam, previous certification or training course attendance.

Oracle Database SQL Expert Exam

1 Comment »

  1. Helio Congratulations!
    I will do the test for the OCP on the next Monday (1z0-043), but now I believe in doing the test for the skill OCE.

    Comment by Luciano — September 23, 2008 @ 3:43 am | Reply


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