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Hello Everyone, I want to know more PL SQL interview questions, I have several interviews as a fresher level and I am confused about which types of questions have put in technical interviews. I want to prepare myself, I have almost completed my course and looking for a good opportunity. Kindly suggest me please some tips and tricks.
 

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Hello Everyone, I want to know more PL SQL interview questions, I have several interviews as a fresher level and I am confused about which types of questions have put in technical interviews. I want to prepare myself, I have almost completed my course and looking for a good opportunity. Kindly suggest me please some tips and tricks.
Hmm those questions from Google are not enough and you've done them all?
 

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Being honest as far as I know, the junior and fresher levels are saturated. You need to stand out more to get a job as a 'self-learner'. Those interview questions are mostly basic/medium. Try to do it on your own, find solutions. Use some Udemy course or get a book. Also there is tons of free knowledge right now in the internet. I think there are even Apps for that. But well.. maybe somebody here will drop you a question, but I would suggest using Google (like 'pl/sql tasks' query and w3resources (1st result). Good luck.
 

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I've worked with Microsoft SQL Server for the past 20 years, but I have no formal background in computer science or software--everything I've learned has been on-the-job learning. I have a narrow area of expertise, almost entirely limited to using SQL with one specific ERP software application.

But with that very specific skillset, I can charge 4-5X what very skilled SQL developers on UpWork charge. I actually hired a couple very skilled SQL developers who work for me.

Those SQL-related interview questions are more common at large companies. You might hunt for smaller companies & startups--you might find (like I did) that there's more opportunity to identify opportunities within the company to specialize & provide way more value to the company while developing your technical skills. At large companies, the roles tend to be more constricted.

Also, if you have domain-specific experience (e.g., in the oil & gas industry, or with injection mold manufacturers, etc.), it can be incredibly valuable. My domain experience & knowledge is the main reason I can charge so much for my limited technical expertise.

Technical expertise is a lot like a commodity (like electricity or office furniture), but domain expertise is much more scarce--and therefore valuable.
 

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