RE: Grooming DBAs ?

I've heard it before without my first thought being of monkeys and fleas.  It's 
probably been replaced by "mentored."
 
Don Freeman 
Database Administrator 1 
Bureau of Information Technology 
Pennsylvania Department of Health 
717-783-8095 Ext 337 

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Maybe it's an age thing...

 

I've heard it used in that context before.....

 

In fact, probably used myself once or twice.....nope, I don't live in 
England.....Texas

 

 

 

 

 


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On 10/10/05, Paul Baumgartel < paul.baumgartel@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

This must be a British thing--I've never heard the word used that way in the 
U.S.


Well I did refer the English speaking world, <g,d&r>

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