The role of a data developer is to maintain databases across the organisation in which they work.
A database developer will evaluate and advise on all technology components such as software, hardware and networking in addition to database management systems and applications, fixing any bugs or security issues they find.
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In order to become a database developer, a degree is necessary. Employers prefer candidates to have a degree in computer sciences or computer information systems. IT is also accepted.
Nationally recognised database development qualifications like Microsoft SQL are valued by employers, but not strictly necessary.
Other key skills required for the role of database developer are:
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