I will need a significant amount of schooling and experience with databases before I am able to become a DBA. I believe it’s almost expected for me to have an MBA before I can be a successful DBA with a high salary at a good company.
To be a programmer, I don’t think the educational requirements are as important, which is a plus because I won’t be expected to have a graduate degree. However, the salary potential is not as great either. I do think that being a programmer would be more exciting that being a DBA. I also believe there are more jobs for programmers than for DBAs, so getting work out of University is not going to be as hard.
My MBA was a requirement for interfacing with the business areas
Why a person without any Computer Science and MBA degree background can't shine:
Because they don’t have the necessary depth of knowledge for a such a mission-critical management position. There have been exceptions, but it’s quite rare, and I don’t know of any corporation that would risk a multi-billion dollar database to someone without the proper academic credentials.
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· Extensive experience in Oracle database performance tuning and tuning of SQL statements
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