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Posted Monday, January 27, 2014 7:15 AM
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Since it was appropriately brought up, I have to ask the following question and I do so without any sarcasm or irony because the last 20 people that I interviewed for SQL Dev or DBA positions didn't actually know.

Do you specifically know what "Books Online" is and how to "get there"?


Um, wow, just wow!
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Jeff Moden (1/27/2014)
The reason why I'm the one doing the interviews is because these particular companies don't just want "butts in seats". They actually want people that know what they're doing and are willing to wait to find the right people.


I understand why you are doing the interviews, that part makes sense. If they were willing to work with someone remotely and I was still actively looking for work I would be interested in such work for reasons I think I told you about previously.

Getting to come back to Afghanistan for another 6 months (and hopefully I will be able to extend until the middle of December as another 3.5 months Afghan pay would be awesome) and it looking that I will still have a position with my company State side (the company has 3.5 DBAs company wide).



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