The EBS 12 or 12.1, which is the E-Business Suite from Oracle, is a common solution utilized by organizations that primarily operate through e-business as well as those that do both traditional and e-business projects. As such, IT professionals that handle implementation and administration of EBS for their employers or for contract clients can boost their standing in their area of expertise by obtaining formal skill set validation in the discipline of EBS Project Management.
The applicable Oracle certification exam or earning an implementation specialist credential through the organization is the 1Z0-511 (click here), which is entitled Oracle E-Business Suite R12 Project Essentials. This exam features 70 questions, requires a passing score of 63 percent or higher for success, and candidates are allotted just two hours to complete the test.
Oracle highly recommends attainment of field experience in the testing subject matter, but extensive exam preparation for even the most seasoned IT professionals is also important. Exam prep activities should include a combination of learning initiatives and review procedures. Tutorials on areas of personal weakness should be included in your plans. You will also want to pursue self study practices that review the entirety of the solution’s features and functionality as well as utilize practice exams to measure your testing readiness and determine those areas in which additional study time is required. Sites like ExamTrace.com that offer full length practice exams in addition to tutorials and exam engine resources should certainly be a part of your prep program.
Submitting this for Orange you glad it’s Friday.
To my family and friends in the US, Happy Thanksgiving Day! Hope you all have a wonderful time.
Signing up for a credit card and saving 30 or more percent on your purchase sounds like a great idea. But don’t be fooled because it’s really a great deal only IF you pay off the bill in full when you get the first statement. People find it easier to pay the small minimum payment and before long, you realize that you’re paying the minimum every month. The savings you got from your first purchase will in turn cost you so much more because of the the monthly interest. Late fees and interest rate hikes will also be added to your burden should you fail to pay on time. Next time you see these attractive offers, simply say no to save your self from paying too much on an item that you got on sale.
After reading the great rodriguez guitars reviews at musicians friend, hubs is convinced we should get this for our son. He’s been longing for a new guitar, but hubs and I didn’t think that he’d get pretty serious about playing. Most of his “toys” are just collecting dust in the attic. What changed our minds was when he entered the school band. He’s got good grades too so we decided to get him a new one this Christmas.
Posted on November 25, 2013 @ 2:18 am Filed under: meme by pie
Posted on November 24, 2013 @ 11:35 pm Filed under: Music by pie
I know I’ve been a teenager once and like any other teenagers, I loved listening to music. In fact, I still do listen to a lot of music. But what I can’t really understand is why do youngsters love listening to loud music. Like right now I can hear a loud banging sound from my sons room. He and his dad recently bought a speaker and they were explaining to me that they were able to save on a qsc i-82h at guitar center. It was on sale so they took advantage of it, what else can I say? It’s hard to argue when these two conspire.
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