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hai ranchers,
i want to do the oracle ceritfication.but i don't have any idea about it.how much cost is it is..?
and what are the recomended books.
i had learned oracle when i was in university.
but i don't know is it sufficient to go through the exam.
plese can any body give me a details about the orcle certification path
 
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Asanka,
Last summer, John Rizzo and I summarized the available certifications. While the programs (which I listed) are for DBAs, some of the exams apply to developers too. For example, Introduction to Oracle is SQL/PLSQL.

The most up to date info is available from Oracle directly.
 
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thank you Jeanne,
can you suggest some good books for oca exam.
According my searches i see the above exam consist of two parts.there is a 3 parts in first exam and we have to choose one out of three
which should i choose to study?
i am already a scjp.
 
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