Help me to find the certification path for oracle developer OCP

by Viraj
(Margao,Goa,India)

Hi,


I have completed OCP DBA in oracle 9i. I have answered 1Z0-007 Introduction to 9i SQL Exam, 1Z0-031 Oracle9i Database: Fundamentals I Exam, 1Z0-032 Oracle9i Database: Fundamentals II Exam, 1Z0-033 Oracle9i Database: Performance Tunning Exam.

But i am planning to do oracle developer OCP 10g or 11g.

Please provide me the suitable details.

Thanks,

Viraj

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Good post
by: Brain Casper

Hello! Many thanks for your site! Thanks for answering!

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Oracle Developer Certification
by: Anonymous

If you're aiming for Oracle certification, whether as a developer or a dba, it's best to go for teh latest one available. That way your certification will last longer.

You have already gained the OCP DBA certification in Oracle 9i so I wonder why you would want to gain teh developer certifcation in any version. You would probably be better off spedning your time and money on upgrading your DBA certification to Oracle 11g or Oracle 12c. Just one exam has to be taken to upgrade from Oracle 9i to Oracle 12c OCP - "Upgrade to Oracle Database 12c 1Z0-060".

For certification as a developer to professional level you have to pass 3 exams: 11g/12c SQL Fundamentals and Program with PL/SQL to reach associate level and then Oracle 11g Advanced PL/SQL.

Alternatively you can become certified in Oracle Application Express (Apex)by passing the exam "Oracle Application Express (APEX) 4: Developing Web Applications 1Z0-450".

I would question the value of becoming a certified Oracle developer, though, having not seen any demand for it from employers.

Full details of the certification paths and requirements are available from the Oracle Technology Network http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/index.html.

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