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A Warm Welcome to Our Valued Themis Customers

We are pleased to announce that as of July 1st, ProTech Training and Themis Education have joined forces to become one of the industry's strongest Enterprise IT Training companies. This merger will combine ProTech’s breadth of offerings with Themis’ in-depth expertise in database systems like Db2 and Oracle, providing a single source for all our clients' needs.

 

 

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Busy professionals demand learning options. We offer both customized private classes taught just to your team or scheduled public classes which work best for when you have just a single student or smaller group. Our hands-on courses are taught in-person either in a Live Classroom, or online with Virtual Anywhere or one of our Connected Classrooms. For students who cannot take time out for a live class, we also offer many Self-Paced elearning courses.

 

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Top positions are incredibly competitive today, so you need to be sure that you’re capable of answering expert mainframe interview questions. Even with the unprecedented need for applicants with mainframe experience, recruiters are still incredibly picky when it comes to finding out if candidates are truly qualified.

Mainframes vs. servers–if you’re expecting a magic bullet explanation of how they differ, you’re in for a surprise. They look about the same, they have the same sort of technology, but where they differ is in scale. 

Trying to compare mainframes to servers is like asking what’s the difference between an apple and a bushel of apples. Or ants and GodzillaWho said we IT types aren’t creative. 

At the core of their job, the key responsibilities of a database administrator (DBA) are to ensure the security, integrity, and overall performance of the database. Learning the following 5 programming languages will not only serve as a great way to accelerate one’s IT career, but also keep your systems best optimized and push you to the top of the DBA game.