Is it Time for a Professional Code of Ethics for DBAs?Commented on: 5 years ago
(April 27, 2009)
Interesting but if a hiring company has no interest in the importance of databases, surely the company is at fault for not been aware (ignorance is not a defence)in the importance of database systems...
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