The Database Developer Job Description

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  1. The database developer has the responsibility of collecting data or archiving historical data and the primary responsibility of keeping the integrity and reliability of the collected or archived data.

  2. The database developer develops both the logical and physical data models that are used in create databases.

  3. The database developer monitors and maintains the physical database system and takes the necessary corrective actions to ensure that the database works properly.

  4. The database developer is responsible for the transitioning or upgrading of database systems (for example from Microsoft Access to Microsoft SQL Server).

  5. The database developer has the responsibility of securing the access and usage of database tables, views or stored procedures.

  6. The database developer is responsible for designing the database architecture, extracting, transforming and loading the data into the database.

  7. The database developer brings physical and logical database design skills to the table.

  8. The database developer is involved with designing databases based on the company’s needs or creating the queries or SQL statements or reports that deliver useful information to end users.

  9. The database developer incorporates business rules needed by an organization into the database using stored procedures, constraints or other database objects.

  10. The database developer identifies and implements the entities, domains and attributes needed in a relational database management system.

  11. The database developer designs the actual database fields, tables, indexes, keys, constraints and relationships defined in the entity relationship (ER) or logical diagrams.

  12. The database developer defines and developers the data diagrams or data dictionaries that document the database schema, tables, views and relationships.

  13. The database developer is responsible for continuously reviewing the data integrity of databases used by the business.

  14. The database developer is responsible for identifying and implementing the data sizing requirements during the physical database design process.

  15. The database developer is responsible for saving or modifying data, providing access to data and ensuring that the database is tuned for optimal performance.

  16. The database developer identifies external threats and implements the database security needed to prevent data breach or data compromise.

  17. The database developer working with the systems administrator or network administrator or database administrator implements the necessary database software upgrades, database backups or database restores.

  18. The database developer may be responsible for optimizing the SQL queries or stored procedures developed by the report writer or data analyst.

  19. The data database developer needs to be experienced in using, designing or developing relational database management systems based on SQL Server or mySQL or Microsoft Access or Oracle.

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    2 Responses to "The Database Developer Job Description"

    1. Nath   December 30, 2008 at 10:13 AM

      does this teach Oracle, or anything relating to Oracle- or is it only to work with Microsoft stuff??

      • The SQL Boot Camp Training Team   December 30, 2008 at 10:22 AM

        Hello:

        The SQL Training applies to Relational Database Systems including Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server and Microsoft Access.

        For example, we cover both the logical database design and physical database design process for Relational Databases.

        Does that answer your question?

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