> > ***Sybase DBA needed to support legacy systems
> ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^
> This has got to be an oxymoron if every I saw one.
Most IT managers today call any system in production, legacy. The
use of legacy, is really a marketing thing anyway. Let's just
replace legacy, and all other silly names, with:
System in Production: Production System
System in Development: Pre-Production System
System in Concept stage: Intended System (Dream System?)
> > Pure Solaris Unix shop. Great company, and atmosphere, Alameda.
> A la meda? New clear wessels? Ah, not today thank you.
Are you going to reply to every posting this way??
Quote:> > Required:
> > * Sybase 11 - work on the backend
> In San Francisco? I can believe that!
Again, are you going to reply to every posting this way??
> > * APT 4.0
> APT? What? Are you out of your gourd?
Again, Again, Are you going to reply to every posting this way??
Do you work in this industry? Will you be looking for jobs in
this industry? It's one thing to be helpful in a public forum,
and another one to be a fool in a public forum. I feel that
you should really think about what you post in this forum, or
others. Replies like these usually are sent by *-agers
acting like Beevis & Butthead in the "Chicks" forums somewhere.
I hope you are older than a *-ager, and I hope you intend to
mature in your personal life as well as your computer career.
We can help you with your computer career here in this forum,
but not your personal life.
Principal Consultant, District Lead Architect
Sybase Professional Services
Pennsylvania/New Jersey District