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My certification journey began way back in 2002, two years after I finished my tertiary education and was driven largely by a desire to improve my skills and give me the ability to set myself apart from the crowd in the career market.
On a side note, the latter objective has (over time) become less important than the former. Nonetheless, the fact that I had achieved the Oracle 9i Database Certified Professional certification definitely played a role in me landing my dream job at the largest (and best) telecommunications company in South Africa.
Since I recently lived through the fun of getting myself Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Architect Associate certified, I wanted to share a little information on how I prepared for the exam. Please note, the opinions, words and views expressed in this article are ONLY from my little techy head and there’s no guarantee that if you follow my training regime you will pass. Or maybe you’ll kick my score out of the park by following these steps in which I would expect you to buy me a beer and send me a compliment!
So let’s go….
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The Oracle Certified Master (OCM credential) is the most advanced Oracle certification. This credential is for senior professionals with extensive classroom and on-the-job experience. Find Oracle Certified Masters for your projects, connect with other Oracle Certified Masters, or simply let this page be your inspiration.
Scan through Oracle Certified Masters below. Click on a picture to read the profile. Scroll down to start a discussion or view discussion topics.
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Click the drop down menu by your username and choose 'Edit Profile.'
Add all the information you'd like to display in your profile.
Add a photo if you'd like to have a photo included. This should be in .jpg if you want the photo added to your OCM profile.
Under OCP Exam Issue Type, select Oracle Certified Master OCM.
Include the public link to your OTN profile.
After logging in at https:/community.oracle.com/welcome, click the drop down by your username and choose 'View Profile'. Copy and paste that URL into the SR.
Also include the titles of your Oracle Certified Master Credentials for verification. You can include all your certifications in your profile fields.
Finally, include your Oracle Testing ID. Find your Oracle Testing ID by signing in to your Pearson VUE account and looking in the upper right corner or by signing in to CertView and going to Certification Management>Review My Certification History.
Profiles should be published on http://www.oracle.com/ocmprofile/ within 2 weeks of SR submission.