Working as a SQL Developer: job description and skills requirements
An SQL developer and database administrator is in charge of administering, testing, and implementing computer databases while applying their knowledge of relational database management systems. Database developers may plan, coordinate, and implement security measures to safeguard the integrity of the systems. SQL became a standard in the '80s but since then it has been enhanced several times with added features. An SQL developer and database administrator normally has to deal with the specific features of the product s/he supports.
Working as a SQL Developer: what skills do you need to know?
- Interested candidates should be experienced in SQL, ASP.NET and .Net
- Able to understand project technical requirements and produce high quality, well-documented code
- Write comprehensive unit test and perform peer code reviews
- Always eager to learn about new technologies
- A good team player who thrives in a dynamic environment
- Competent at negotiating many different tasks
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Examples of actual SQL Developer job postings
A SQL Developer - Bank - Sandton position is being advertised by a company in Johannesburg. Interested parties should have skills in SQL, Ssis and ETL
A Senior PL/SQL Developer (Banking) position is being advertised by a company in West Rand District Municipality. Interested parties should have skills in SQL, Stored Procedure and Code Review
A Pretoria-based company is seeking a SQL Developer experienced in SQL, T-SQL and Finance
Career outlook as a SQL Developer:
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