Re: consolidation of multiple rows

From: Jerry Stuckle <>
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 13:49:15 -0500
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DA Morgan wrote:
> Jerry Stuckle wrote:
>> --CELKO-- wrote:
>>>>> In the time his students take to install Oracle, our DB2 Admin
>>>>> students have learned about the tuning parameters, explained SQL
>>>>> statements to determine why things run slowly and tuned the system
>>>>> for better performance. <<
>>> I like DB2 better than Oracle myself, but a lot of that kind of thing
>>> is done with the initial installation and configuration in Oracle. It
>>> is not easy and you really need to learn to do an install.
>>> Did you notice that one posting you criticize Dan for being too
>>> academic and then for giving too much physical detail? Please be more
>>> consistent in your attacks.
>>> My previous full-time job was at a for-profit, start-up developer's
>>> university. We tracked the premium at which our grads are hired.. All
>>> schools track such things in the education and training business and
>>> since you are in the business, I assume that you do the same.
>>> Programmers who get thru Dan's courses are hired at a premium; what
>>> premium do your students command?
>> Our customers are mainly Fortune 500 companies, paid for by the
>> company. Our students are employees of them. We do not request
>> payroll information; that is between the employee and his/her employer.
> Your customers? You are posting from a generic attglobal account.
> What training company do you work for?

It's in my sig.

> My "company" is the University of Washington. Our "customers" are
> Amazon, AT&T, Boeing, Starbucks, T-Mobile, Washington Mutual Bank,
> etc. And we do survey them, at least once a quarter, and we know
> precisely what they want and provide it to them in the manner they
> find most valuable which is why there is never an empty seat in
> the lecture hall. Hasn't been one in 7 years.

You do not have a company. You "work" part time for The U of W Extension School.

> But thanks for your obviously sincere concern about how these F500
> companies are faring.

I could list my customers also, but I don't, especially in a public forum. But I will say it's much more extensive than yours.

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Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
Received on Wed Mar 12 2008 - 13:49:15 CDT

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