On the 20th July 2015 Cortex hub hosted an Oracle University event, the aim of the event was to graduate the entrepreneurs who have attended the Oracle University java fundamental (SE7) and programming training. On that day we had visitors from Oracle University Wendy Beetge (Oracle Transformation Director), Pragasen Moodley (Oracle University Director), MICT SETA, the founder of The Cortex hub and Chairman of Dimension data Professor Andile Ngcaba.
Oracle is a software company that offers training programs, courses and workshops at sites throughout the world. Oracle University offers courses and certification programs that focus on various computer software programs, such as Linux and Java. These programs are designed to provide individuals with a working knowledge of a component of database administration. Including development tools, application, grids, databases and fusion middleware.
Candidates may pursue four levels of certifications these are associate, professional, master and expert; in areas such as databases, Linux and various business applications. Earning a lower-level certification usually involves passing a series of exams; upper-level certifications may also require the completion of specific courses and the submission of transcript forms.
Having received the Oracle University training the skills that we have acquired are:
- To understand written programming code
- To understand IDE’s that are compatible with Java
- To be able to identify which applications that can be developed using Java.
- We also acquired knowledge based on error handling