Re: Data Constraints Vs Application Constraints
Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 13:28:41 -0300
> Then look at it this way...if I were the said developer and had the
> ear of the business (by way of having successfully supported their
> goals) no amount of high church theory or lists of qualifications
> from esteemed institutions would prevent me from getting them to
> wipe the floor with your ego. This would occur about 30 seconds
> after you called me an incompetent!
> Never ever underestimate the power of the creator's ego - most
> particularly if they have the high ground. A dogmatic approach is
> by far the easiest threat for them to shoot down in these types of
> Sounds like you aren't...as you seem to be espousing the view that big
> companies are incapable of doing anything correctly - period!
-- Leandro Guimarães Faria Corcete Dutra <leandro_at_dutra.fastmail.fm> Maringá, PR, BRASIL +55 (44) 3025 6253 http://br.geocities.com./lgcdutra/ +55 (44) 8803 1729 Soli Deo Gloria! +55 (11) 9406 7191Received on Mon Mar 14 2005 - 17:28:41 CET