planning to move into Data warehousing

By chandramohan_cbm chandramohan_cbm Points: 50 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 2/17/2011 10:18:14 AM | Views: 3404 | Points: 30
Hi All,
This is Chandra.Iam having 4+ years of experience in Microsoft Technologies(ASP.Net,VB.Net,C#.Net and SQL Server).Now iam planning to change the technology from coding(fully programming) to non coding(partial programming).Is this is a good time to change the technology,If yes,Could you please suugest which technology will be better.

Some of the friends are suggesting to go for MSBI since already worked on .Net and some are suggesting OBIEE or Hyperion or BusinessObjects or Cognos.

Please suggest on this.

Sainath's Advice on Sunday, February 20, 2011 :
Hi Chandra,

This is a good point of time in your career to check the direction in which it is going. After 4 years of hard-core programming you can either move on to the architectural or managerial path (check below links) or specialize in areas like the database administration or data warehousing.

Data warehousing which you have chosen is indeed a niche area. However, the fundamentals remain the same here also. You need to get a clear grip on ETL concepts and then start looking at tools. Moreover, you can also aim to become what is now being termed as "data architect"
Check the Wikipedia link below:

Sainath Sherigar,

Note for Chandramohan_cbm : You can respond to this advice by logging into the website.

Comments or Responses

Sorry, no responses found.

Login to post response

Disclaimer: Reply given to your question by our expert panels are based on their personal experience who have been successful in their career or are well acquainted in the role they are/were playing. This may or may not be suitable in a specific circumstances, please consider this as an advice that may help you carve your career. DotNetFunda.Com or its expert panel members will not be responsible for loss of any kind because of any decision you take based on these advices.