Oracle Certification PreparationWelcome to the new Oracle DBA career track which is a career builder for aspiring database administrators.
The course is designed to prepare students to handle the job of an Oracle DBA effectively in a real-world environment. It emphasizes on hands-on DBA experience on Solaris servers which would be setup in the classroom. Students will study major functionality of Sun Solaris 10 as a platform of choice by many leading companies. Oracle holds about 70% of market share for all Unix-based databases. Students will learn Oracle architecture, advanced SQL and introduction to PL/SQL programming. Students will create and maintain all major database objects: tables, views, indexes, and sequences. Students will be familiar with procedures, functions, packages and triggers. All in-class exercises are based on real database. The Oracle DBA part of the class will cover all major aspects of database administration. Students will learn how to create and manage instances, databases and all database objects. This part of a course will cover preparation for the first exam for OCP. The course allocates 60 hours for all labs with Oracle 10g and Sun Solaris 10.This class lays out solid background for future Oracle classes to follow and database development.
Learning SQL using Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server is a very popular and widely deployed relational database-management system, designed for high-performance online transaction processing, data warehousing and e-commerce applications, on Windows Server operating systems. The students enrolled in this course, Learning SQL using Microsoft SQL Server, will be introduced to SQL Server architecture and components, use tools such as SQL Server Management Studio to manage databases and other objects within a SQL Server database and learn how to use Structured Query Language (SQL) to query and update data in Microsoft SQL Server database.
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Vladimir Gorlovetsky received his MS degree in Electronic Engineering from Taganrog Technical University in Russia. He has 30 years extensive practical experience in project and program management, systems engineering, production, quality, integration and testing of various products ranging from large complex systems to handheld computers. He has worked for various Silicon Valley companies for 8 years, specializing in software quality for the last 5 years. This is his fourth year teaching software quality and manual testing at SCAE.
Yefim Belenky received a MS degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from Moscow State University of Communications, and a Ph.D. degree for Aerospace Survey and Image Processing from Central Research Institute of Geodesy, Aerophotography and Cartography in Moscow. Yefim worked for fifteen years in the Russian space program, including work on missions to Mars and Venus. After moving to the U.S., he worked as a scientist and software engineer at various Silicon Valley companies for 10 years, specializing in software development and numerical analysis. Currently, he works as a senior software engineer for Numerical Technologies, Inc. He has taught at SCAE for five years, teaching C, C++ and Java.
Michael Bezman graduated from UCLA with Master Degree in Applied Mathematics in 1995 and has been working in the Silicon Valley since 1997. He is currently employed at a EDA software/design company. His areas of expertise are:
Scripting programming using Perl for prototyping and data analysis Efficient Data-strucutures analysis and development File format processing and Computational Geometry using C++
Mike Darevsky received his degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from Moscow State University in 1986. Since then, he has worked for various companies, specializing in software development and database administration. He has been teaching software development and database administration at SCAE for many years.
Carrie Huang conducts trainings in Windows Server 2008 Courses. She has taught in University, Community College, Adult School and Private Companies. She held different positions in various high-tech companies including International Business Machines, Seagate Technology and Conner Peripherals. Connie obtained a Ph. D. and MS in Physics, and a MS in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University, as well as a BS in Physics from Nankai University in China.
Hemant Gaidhani has over 17 years’ experience in software design & programming, quality assurance, performance benchmarking and technical marketing for multi-tier application and system software. His work experience includes both Fortune 500 companies as well as Silicon Valley startups, such as Unisys, Informix, Commerce One, EMC and VMware. He received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Engineering from B.I.T.S., Pilani, India, and an M.B.A. from Santa Clara University. He has presented at several industry conferences and is the author of numerous publications. He has been teaching at the SCAE’s High tech Academy for over three years.
Zack A. Jalamani conducts trainings in Network, Network Security and Cisco Networking Administration Certifications. Zack received BS + MSc in Aerospace Engineering / Kiev Institute of Civil Aviation Engineers, Ukraine, (then part of the U.S.S.R.), 1978. As a Ph.D. Candidate, he passed all Ph.D. exams and fulfilled all research requirements in 1988 at the Department of Aerospace Engineering, Ohio State University. After a long, successful career in aerospace engineering, he chose a new direction with a more exiting interest in Information Technology. He holds active professional certifications in:
CCNA, Network+ and A+, Security+ CCNP and Wireless Networks Cisco Certified Academy Instructor (CCAI) in CCNA, A+ and CCNP2
Raimonds Turaids started his career with computers in the early 1980s by playing video games. While attending UCSB, he worked at the Instructional Computing lab help desk helping resolve minor computer issues on campus. Off campus, he volunteered in a shelter as a teacher, helping people pick up computer skills to help them in job search. After graduating with a degree in Biological Sciences, Raimonds started working at a San Mateo computer accessories firm as a software quality assurance engineer. During this time, Raimonds began moonlighting at SCAE as a teacher for the school's Networking Fundamentals program. After two years of teaching networking, Raimonds was involved in starting the Windows 2000 Server class, which he presently teaches. Recently, Raimonds has moved from quality assurance to systems administration. For the last two years he has been working as a Windows and Linux systems administrator at a software company in Mountain View. Raimonds presently holds MCSE certification from Microsoft and is pursuing Red Hat's RHCE.