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If you work in a large software-oriented company, your code may be frequently subject to rigorous code reviews. Furthermore, you're likely to be surrounded by other developers. Some who may know more about development than you do. Working just a few seats away from these individuals can be highly motivating, as it creates pressure for you to have ideas that are worthy to contribute.
One of the most important components of a long and successful IT career is professional development and continuous IT training. IT managers that encourage this behavior in their departments will find that it ultimately benefits them, their companies and the entire IT staff.
In a Microsoft-sponsored skills gap study, IDC examined the correlation between the growth of cloud computing and the need for certified, trained, "cloud-ready" professionals to provide support for a rapidly changing technology environment.
From the office of John R. Kasich, Governor, State of Ohio
CEB, a member-based advisory company, has released its annual “Executive Guidance” report, which indicates that the majority of executives are seeking performance gains of 20 percent from their employees to achieve business goals in 2013.
Database management is broken into three general sections: design, engineering (or development) and database administration (DBA). Sometimes the designers and engineers work together, or one person may fill both roles. Once the database is designed and developed, then the administrators make minor tweaks as needed and manage the data to ensure consistency and continuity. Database admins also work to clean, archive and compress the database to ensure optimal operation. In smaller businesses, these jobs are almost non-existent, so look to larger corporations that manage large quantities of data for positions. No matter which direction you go, take some SQL (not server) classes first to get to know the language. It varies a little between programs, but it pretty consistent for the most part. Here are my top five database career recommendations and why: