Linked by David Adams on Thu 3rd Mar 2011 04:40 UTC, submitted by Amy Bennett
Java Later this year, Oracle will begin requiring people interested in gaining Java and Solaris certifications to attend "hands-on" training courses, at an additional cost of thousands of dollars. The new rule goes into effect Aug. 1 and regards Java Architect, Java Developer, Solaris System Administrator and Solaris Security Administrator certification paths, according to a notice on Oracle's website.
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benali72
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2008-05-03

Many organizations see certification as a way to build a large pool of qualified talent to support their software products.

Oracle sees certs as a revenue stream. Just check out how much it costs to become an Oracle-certified DBA. With Oracle it's all about enhancing their revenue, and as far as the viewpoint of the IT talent goes, well, that's just not a consideration.

Before you invest your time and money in beginning Oracle certification you might well consider this.

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