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Oracle 9i is a DBMS?

Posted on 2011-03-13
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On my resume, can I mention Oracle 9i as a DBMS, under "Technical Skills"?
If no, please let me know what it must be mentioned as.

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Question by:dshrenik
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Of course it is a DBMS, RDBMS more precisely.
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Yes - DBMS is database management system, and Oracle is very much (in fac primarily) a database management system
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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>>under "Technical Skills"?

Even though this is closed I wanted to add:  If you need to ask this question, I would think real hard how I put it on my resume.

I would expect under a technical skills section of a resume some basic competence with everything listed.  If you over exaggerate your skills, you'll likely lose more jobs than it helps you get.

I've read a lot of resumes and interviewed a lot of people.  It doesn't take very long to see through those trying to bluff their way in.


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by:dshrenik
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@slightwv:
I do know Oracle 9i - learnt it 4 years back. Just that I wanted to list it it under the right heading!
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