Re: [OT[ Question for German speaking DBAs

From: Remigiusz Sokolowski <>
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2012 09:36:13 +0100
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On 03.11.2012 08:23, Stefan Knecht wrote:
> I've worked in Switzerland as well as Germany and I can tell you from experience that germany is VERY german language focussed. They're proud of their language and often simply don't want to communicate in any other language.
> Switzerland on the other hand has tons of foreigners (mostly indians) that work in the Oracle area, and almost all don't speak any german whatsoever. Works fine here.
> In germany you'll find yourself at a huge advantage - both professionally as well as socially - if you can speak german. Often the people there don't speak english - also due to everything being translated to german ( this goes very far, even socially, that for instance you won't find any english movies in theatres. It's all dubbed ), and Oracle support having a huge german department.
> Stefan

I would say France is the same ;-)

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