RE: When one can call oneself expert

  • From: "Aragon, Gabriel (GE Commercial Finance)" <gabriel.aragon@xxxxxx>
  • To: <oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Dec 2004 17:55:02 -0500

Gosh, I hope its not too late to write my comments,

Juan, basically, sometimes you study and prepare many years so you can =
write (somewhere next to your name) that you are an expert, but you =
know.. when you become an expert you'll realize that is unnecessary =
writing it for the others to notice.. they already knew it..=20

Someone said this:

"The true test of character is not how much we know how to do, but how =
we behave when we don't know what to do".


-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Thomas Day
Sent: Jueves, 23 de Diciembre de 2004 06:19 p.m.
To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: When one can call oneself expert

I find that my best answer is, "I don't know, yet, but I will."  I
don't have the answer at my fingertips but I do know where in the
documentation to look for them (and which mail list to ask if the
documentation doesn't have the answer).

I would guess that being seen as an Oracle expert consists of having
made all the big mistakes somewhere else and not repeating them on
this job.

BTW - I just found out that if you have a Java app querrying your
database and you have lazy Java programmers then you'd better use
US7ASCII as your character set.

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