Which corse java & oracle which is job oriented course.

which corse in between java & oracle is job oriented

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    Shiksha experts | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-11-01 16:13:04
    Hi Vijay, in today's time there is scope in almost all the possible fields. For the query, I would say that high-level programming language Java is an object-oriented language similar to C++.
    Java is a general purpose programming language with a number of features that make the language well suited for use on the World Wide Web, whereas, Oracle Applications comprise the applications software or business software of Oracle Corporation. The term refers to the non-database parts of Oracle Corporation's software portfolio. Oracle Corporation sells many functional modules which use the Oracle RDBMS as a back-end, notably Oracle Financials, O
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    prudhvi bhatiya HR Manager, Dca,B.Tech,MS,MBA, (Ph.d) Cambridge | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-11-01 12:52:47
    hi mr.vijay,welcoem to shiksah.com and both the course java and oracle are different java is a front end course and Oracle is back end course if u done both the courses u have a chance to get a job very fastly and my suggestion is u better join java and complete up to core then join along oracle with that u can understand easily and join in good institutions like NIIT and APPLE and much more in ur locality and sure see that they can offer u with certification or not all the best.

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