I think I count as a BCC, been doing SQL, Oracle, Sybase, among others. Now I'm still the new Tech guy learning UNIX, Hadoop, Spark, Python, PowerShell, and PowerBI. I like to think of myself as using 120% of my existing Knowledge set, meaning I'm always trying to add new things into this old brain.
I've also been hearing that the DBA position is obsolete for at least 15 years and companies are still trying to find DBA's to fill open positions. Where I get cranky is when new developers and experienced ones, who should know better, write code against a database and don't cover basic coding 101 skills. They tell me the SQL server is slow and when I do a trace, the application is sending 100's of lines of bad SQL to the database. Half the time they are using a framework and only see the SQL when traces capture it.
I think the titles, terms, and skills are changing but they will always need DBA's of some kind.