ncisco it's murder on a clutch and brakes due to the steep hils and stop signs at the bottom of all of those hills.
Staging the best car chase ever was done in the toughest city to drive fast in PERIOD.
The movie plot was also meaty. Robert Vaughn was a complete pain the arse...and gave even politicians a bad name. …
into staging tables and/or warehouses/data marts.
2. A minimum of three (3) years experience designing (both logical and physical) and
developing data warehouses/data marts using Oracle.
3. A minimum of two (2) years experience in server tuning with Oracle data
4. A minimum of two (2) years experience in developing and maintaining automated routines to update data
marts/warehouses from real time production databases.
5. A minimum of one (1) year experience in installing and configuring
Oracle data marts/warehouses.
1. Experience designing and developing reports with Crystal Reports and/or Cognos
2. Experience with PC SAS.
3. Experience with Oracle Real Application Cluster (RAC).
4. Experience with IBM AIX operating system.
5.Experience developing applications in a J2EE application server environment.
6. Experience using FileNet P8.…
m confidential as sometimes candidates will mention to a co worker something about a job and the co worker checks it out and gets hired before they get a chance to interview. Protect themselves is the theme.
Tread lightly when contacting several candidates in the same company or the word gets around and you get tagged as staging a raid and people tend to think that you are not interested in them as an individual. If you get one that looks like a good fit. Work with that candidate if he/she is turned down ask them if they would refer someone to you who might have more experience if that is the problem or who might not be as highly compensated. Get two or more candidates from the same company submitted on the same job and you will probably cause more angst than you want to cause.…
TS as with buying a musical instrument, surfboard, or other equipment used within a skilled performance; what works OK when you are just getting used to it may be too limited or too tweaky for your general style. The most important part of the choice is your style: exactly what records and interfaces will you actually be drawing the most value from. If you are a phone monster, you need good call planning, staging, and activity management. If you do a lot with email, your email client integration will be key. If you do a lot of posting and forwarding, your candidate submission workflow is key. If you are just plain busy in all aspects, you want an app that is also solid in all areas. Buying a complex tool for a complex job with a one hour demo where someone else does the driving is not the most reliable way to choose, but its the most common......the smarter way is to take one out surfing for a day or two and see how it really rides....but few buyers and even fewer vendors are into that kind of selection process.... …