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I’m writing this summary of my time here at Koenig for 2 reasons. One is because when I was in Finland looking at the website and wondering...

Chris Eastwood (Finland), Oracle 10g DBA OCA & OCP and Upgrade to 11g 01 May to 15 May 2008

I’m writing this summary of my time here at Koenig for 2 reasons. One is because when I was in Finland looking at the website and wondering I had no idea what to expect or even what the quality would be like. Secondly during my stay here I’ve seen many of the international students go from complaining about everything to settling in and having a good time. Some however never did settle in and it may have been that this wasn’t for them in the first place. So my intention is to paint as honest a picture as I can of the place and what you can expect for what you pay.

Everyone comes to seek training and certification in Information Technology from different directions. Some may have experience and seek certification to assist them to progress their career, others may be wanting a change of career path into IT and so certification is a beginning step. For me it was as a refresher after having been ‘out’ of IT for 4 years. Having been a software developer using PL/SQL and Pro*C for quite a number of years, I wanted to move from development roles to infrastructure development and administration. The Oracle 10g Certification path seemed like the ideal way for me to hitch up on the last 4 years of changes and move sideways into a different IT career direction.

Having undertaken IT training in India (while I was in Japan) in 2001 I understood how competitively priced it can be to do training in India (and they speak English here too). So going to Google I began by searching with the string “Oracle Training India” and Koenig was among the first sites returned. Their site seemed well structured, they were affiliated with the right organizations and, importantly for me, the prices seemed right so I sent them an email and got things started.