Re: Career questions: databases
Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2007 03:13:03 -0700
On Jul 2, 5:23 am, "Neil" <nos..._at_nospam.net> wrote:
> Look, you're dealing with a bunch of techno-nerds here. Anything's possible.
> We can take the smallest point and turn it into a major discussion. It's
> kind of what we do (focus on little details and make sure they're accurate).
> If we didn't focus unduly on little details, well, most software wouldn't
You think I haven't realized that already? :)
> I think the point was that some felt that you were full of cow excrement for
> putting those things on your resume. So, the question is: at what point can
> one put things on one's resume? Does one have to be expert in a technology
> in order to put it on one's resume? Or does a proficiency in some areas of a
> technology warrant putting it on one's resume?
I don't care to what extent others might stoop to and it's clearly not my problem. I have questions and I'll try my best to get my answers. I'm not here to make friends with people so that they'll invite me over for a cup of tea. Since most people around here are more bothered with levels of proficiency and who the upstart I might be, here's the questions again:
Fact: I can draw any ERD you'll ask me to, and fast.
Questions: What should I do with this ability? What should I
specifically learn? What job might
this ability get me?
And yes, consider me a novice, amateur, intermediate, proficient, expert.. whatever that might please you. But those (aforementioned) the fact and questions I'm putting up.
>>(okay, I'll buy it but I don't have a credit card
>>so even if I had the money it would still be
> Open a PayPal account. Then you can obtain it.
Read: "even if I had the money". I.e., I don't. Sorry to disappoint in so many areas.
Sure, but you should come and checkout the bandwidth over here. Again, sorry to disappoint. With so many drawbacks I'm mentioning, and with the persistence that I am consistently asking the questions only prove: I'm desperate, I really want to find my line. Might no seem a complex problem to many, but for me it's an issue that might turn around my life.
Nah, I don't, unfortunately. I have 3 books and over hundreds of
Thanks for responding. Received on Mon Jul 02 2007 - 12:13:03 CEST