Independence Day (4th of July) Promotion & Discount

IT Training - Independence Day (4th of July)
IT Training – Independence Day (4th of July)

Dear Friends,

We would like to thank you … our loyal friends, readers and community with our 2015 Independence Day (4th. of July) Promotion & Discount.

20% Discount on Any One (1) Training Program

Beginning right now, you can get an instant twenty-five percent (20%) discount on any one (1) of our online training bootcamps purchased with the holiday discount code: july4th until Sunday, July 9, 2015 at 11:59 PM Central Standard Time (CST).

Data Analyst vs. Database Administrator Jobs, Which Is Better?

Data Analyst vs. Database Administrator Jobs, Which Is Better?
Data Analyst vs. Database Administrator Jobs, Which Is Better?

Database Administrators are the Information Technology (IT) professionals responsible for keeping a database up to date and running.

Their responsibilities include: writing scripts and updating the database, keeping the database running 24/7, and backing up the database.

Database analysts are IT Professionals responsible for analyzing and reporting on the data in a database.

Their duties include reviewing the database design as well as the relationships between the tables in a database and analyzing / reporting trends, patterns and insights.

With this in-mind, let’s take a quick look at the differences, similarities and areas of shared responsibilities:

Which Is Better: A Computer Programmer Or Database Developer Career?

Is Computer Programming Or Database Development A Better Career?
Is Computer Programming Or Database Development A Better Career?

[Ask IT Career Coach] is a Career Advice Column for Information Technology (IT) professionals looking for answers to their most challenging career situations.

In this issue, the question of: “Which Career Path Is Better: Software Developer Or Database Developer Career?” submitted by Rinda from Georgia is answered.

Software Developer Careers Now Require Database Development Skills!

Right now, a dual enrollment in the SQL Boot Camp is also required for your enrollment in the Software Developer Boot Camp.

Non-Traditional Database Careers for Men and Women – Part 1

Non-Traditional Database Careers for Men and Women - Part 1
Non-Traditional Database Careers for Men and Women – Part 1

For several personal or professional reasons, “you may be considering non-traditional database career paths” … jobs that allow you to work with databases in some capacity without the trappings of typical, traditional full-time database developer jobs.

In this article I will answer a question posted by “Kimberly Joy from Montreal, Quebec, Canada”. Kimberly has a QA background and wants to get back into the Information Technology (IT) industry as a part-time database developer.

This article is Part 1 of a series on Non-Traditional career opportunities in the IT Industry.

Is It Better To Specialize or Generalize?

Generalize Or Specialize, Which Is Better?
Generalize Or Specialize, Which Is Better?

Have you considered the pros or cons of specializing in a narrow field compared to that of becoming a generalist in your industry? Here are some of them;

Business Analysts

Business analysts may specialize as domain business analysts or choose the more general information technology (IT) business analyst career path.

IT business analysts don’t specialize in specific domains because they analyze and specify computer software or hardware solutions for any domain including operations, healthcare, engineering, sales & marketing, finance, insurance etc.

What Personality Types Are DBAs?

What Personality Types Are DBAs?
What Personality Types Are DBAs?

This post about the personality types of database administrators (DBAs) is in response to Sandra’s question.

Sandra, thank you for taking the time to tweet a number of my posts, I appreciate you 🙂

Personality types like the Jung Myers-Briggs Type are used to describe the psychological characteristics of an individual.

For example, the famous Myers-Briggs has 16 personality types grouped as: Extroversion vs. Introversion, Intuiting vs. Sensing, Thinking vs. Feeling, and Judging vs. Perceiving.

In this post, I will describe some of the personality types of database administrators (DBAs).

The Database Administrator (DBA) Job Description

Database Administrator (DBA)'s Job Description
Database Administrator (DBA)'s Job Description

In this issue, I will be answering a question submitted by a reader on “The Roles, Responsibilities or Job Description of Database Administrators (DBAs)“.

You can Ask IT Career Coach your toughest or most pressing questions and I will answer it fully just as I am answering this reader’s question below!

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Here is the reader’s question::

About The Database Administrator’s (DBA) Job Description

I am a final year BE student interested in developing a career in DBA

Are Statistics Or SQL Skills Required In Data Analyst Careers?

Are Statistics or Sql Skills Required For Data Analyst Jobs?
Are Statistics or Sql Skills Required For Data Analyst Jobs?

This post answers a question about the educational training requirements for a Data Analyst Career.

If you have a Burning Question or a Challenge that you need help with, Click Here To Ask Your Question and I will answer it fully just as I am answering the question below!

Is Statistics / Sql Required For Data Analyst Jobs?

I have a degree in Statistics and I am finding it hard to get a data analyst job even though people from other backgrounds are able to get data analyst jobs.