Comments Feature Now Live on the Certification Blog

For everyone waiting for the comments feature to be enabled: I’m glad to say this has now been enabled and we are ready to take your comments. I'll try to work in answers to your questions in among the topics that we have planned. If you have support-related questions, or questions specifically about your certification, exam or experience, please direct them to ocpexam_ww@oracle.com (vs. here in the blog).   Although many are enthusiastic about Oracle certification, we understand that some may have strong negative feelings about Oracle Certification or one of my blog topics. We welcome your comments, but as a reminder - please keep your comments civilized. (i.e. policy prohibits posting anything inflammatory, insulting or that contains coarse language.) Thanks for your support on this. Paul
Paul Sorensen | Director, Oracle Certification
Comments:

Hi Paul, I'm glad to be the first to comment here and look forward to your future postings! As you mentioned, there are many people with questions about Oracle Certification and allowing comments here is a great step towards the conversations that the many Oracle technicians want to have with you and your team. I think it's great that you're blogging and I know many of us out here in Oracle Certified land are anxious to hear what you've got to say! Thanks for starting. Next step is continuing! :) See you and the gang at the lounge at OOW!

Posted by Dan Norris on July 22, 2008 at 02:45 AM PDT #

Hi, I have decided to go for certification and have my first exam 1Z0-001 booked for Friday 31st July. I then want to go on and do the 1Z0-147 but i cant find any study guides or courses that are relevant to this exam, can you help ? I also want to get my OCP in the same stance but have no forms training or skill and was thinking oif the CBT , what do you think is this a good starting point ? Look forward to your comments. Barry

Posted by Barry on July 22, 2008 at 05:34 PM PDT #

Hello Paul, Thanks of the initiative of creating a blog. My suggestion to the next post is to comment about the 1z0-047 Certification: Is this a new certification? It's replaced OCA/OCP Developer certification? Do you realy think that a Developer can be called SQL Expert only by learning these topics? Does the hiring managers knows about this cert already? How it's been evaluated to them? They are giving the right importance to it? Try to get new topics by reading the certification forum: http://forums.oracle.com/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=459 Thanks again, I'm anxious for the next topics.

Posted by Vinicius Hoffmann on July 22, 2008 at 08:01 PM PDT #

I am working towards my first certification but i dont know where it will take me thru.

Posted by TAFADZWA KARIWO on July 22, 2008 at 09:20 PM PDT #

It's great to have your elite company on the blogosphere. Your posts are very thoughtful and inspiring. Certification aspirants from all around the world would be following your wisdom with great interest!

Posted by Mohan Dutt on July 23, 2008 at 03:37 PM PDT #

Vinicius - the 047 exam (Oracle Database SQL Expert) is just one part of a longer track that leads to Oracle PL/SQL OCA & OCP certification. (So no, this isn't the only requirement for certification). A great new post on PL/SQL certification has just gone up this evening: "Developer Track Revealed – Alternative OCP Path for PL/SQL Developer OCAs."

Cheers,
- Harold Green | Sr Certification Program Manager

Posted by mediaguy on July 24, 2008 at 09:22 AM PDT #

Hi, I have completed oracle 10g OCA certification.I am looking for OCP? How do i take hands on traing ? Any registered business centre is available in Chennai,India. Guide me! thanks Sundar

Posted by sundar on December 02, 2008 at 08:22 PM PST #

Sundar - the 10g OCP track page has a listing for "Complete one of the approved instructor-led online or in-class courses" which will be helpful. Good luck! Cheers, - Harold

Posted by Harold Green on December 02, 2008 at 11:52 PM PST #

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