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prabhu devfan
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Joined: Jul 23, 2012
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hello Seniors,
i am a fresher and i joined in a MNC.i finished my training.now i am being allocated a project.
i was given an option to choose a platform among these.. 1. Java Developer 2. Oracle Developer 3. Business Intelligence(Data ware housing)..

please help me out experts
thanks in advance
Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to the Ranch
Which do you prefer?
prabhu devfan
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Joined: Jul 23, 2012
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@campbell :
thank you sir.. i am trained in java and also heard data warehouse has good future.. donno wat do .. im in confusion..
Campbell Ritchie
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Careful about spellings, please. Not wat or donno, please.

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Deepak Bala
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Do what you love and specialize in it. This is a subjective questions that only you can answer.


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chris webster
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Depends on what you're interested in, both technically and in terms of future business areas etc. I'm based on the UK, so our job market is probably very different from yours (e.g. a lot of the regular development jobs here have gone to India), but it looks like BI and DWH are definitely a growth area, although expert Java development skills are also in high demand. BI/DWH will bring you closer to things like business analysis (and thus give you access to potential non-technical career paths) and possibly also into the world of Big Data. However, a lot of BI and DWH tools are proprietary, so you might find yourself restricted to specific platforms. If you are interested in analysing and modelling data, then DWH/BI may suit you - and a good Java developer with good data skills is a rare combination. But if you're more interested in the "processing" side of "data processing", maybe stick with Java.

Either way, best of luck!


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