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I would learn the basics of some specific gear for where you want to work. It may be learning Microsoft, or NetApp, or VMWare. But learn the basics of networking and servers and data stores on your own time so you have a grasp on everything. Then start getting into the more complicated things (may involve high level college or learning code). Maybe look into some kind of internship if you want to go that route.
Pick a specific enterprise level Database system like Oracle or SQL Server and specialize in it.
get a college degree in computers that teaches databases being used in the business world today
1. choose a database software
2. enroll in certification courses or study by yourself then take the certification
source : google 'database-name certification'
enrolling in certification course is expensive, but the teacher is very helpful,
the classroom is comforting, has good computer equipment.
students will learn database, spoonfed style.
if money is available then spend that money to enroll in certification courses to reduce stress
in studying by yourself and in preparing for certification exam by yourself.
stress produce cortisol, cortisol decrease testosterone, weaken immune system.
immune system fight cancer.
1. 'Cortisol can weaken the activity of the immune system'
2. 'administration of cortisol into the circulation at rest will result in reduced
blood testosterone levels.' in http://www.jssm.org/vol4/n1/10/v4n1-10pd…
from google 'cortisol testosterone'
3.' It is presumed that the stress-triggered
neuroendocrine hormones lead to immune dysregulation,
which ultimately results in autoimmune disease, by altering or amplifying cytokine
production' in http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18190…
4. 'Your immune system is a collection of organs, special cells, and substances
that help protect you from infections and some other diseases. Immune cells
and the substances they make travel through your body to protect it from
germs that cause infections. They also help protect you from cancer in some ways.'
5. 'The last 30 years of immuno-oncology research have provided solid evidence
that tumours are recognised by the immune system and their development can
be stopped or controlled long term through a process known as immunosurveillance'
from google 'cancer immune system'
6. 'immunosurveillance is a process by which an organism's immune system
recognizes transformed cells in order to inhibit the growth of neoplastic tissue.' in
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immunosurveillance from google 'immunosurveillance'