For developer PL/SQL have need to know JAVA or any other language

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is there all language have need to become PL/SQL developer. Please let me know.

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To be a PL/SQL developer, meaning, a person who is able to write PL/SQL code that does what it’s expected to do in the way it’s expected to do it, you only need to know PL/SQL and SQL.
Now, if you are thinking of a specific position at a company, then, as others have suggested, it depends on the requirements of that position and the company, because they could call it “PL/SQL developer” but in reality, the job requires work with some other languages and/or technologies, and that would vary from company to company.

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  • TheRealRaven
    The question is not clear. A heavy PL/SQL developer can spend a career working pretty much exclusively with PL/SQL. It would depend on the work environment.

    I'm not aware of any strong need for any particular programming language, but it can almost always be helpful to be conversant in a couple additional popular languages. Choosing which ones can depend on a number of factors.

    What background do you have? Are you looking to move to new jobs or advance in a current position? What industry are you working in? What type of work -- web, back-office or ... ? Many other factors are possible.
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  • Subhendu Sen

    No not necessarily. But it becomes a helpful specifically targeted at the development of stored program units for Oracle Databases. Also  that PL/SQL programming has become a significant part of the total development process.

    As you asked for Java, you can go for learn SQL. It is used across all databases & is useful in every project that needs to store data.

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  • ToddN2000

    A lot will depend on the place you are going to work and what their requirements are. There is almost always going to be at least a secondary language. We use many here depending on our projects, and the platform they are being developed for like VB, C+, C#, Java, javascript, PHP to name a few. 

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