Theo Schlossnagle wrote:


Get a CCIE and tell me that again :-) When you are handed a complicated network of routers and switches running all sorts of version of IOS and CatOS and you go to lunch, they break it and you have a certain time allotment to fix it all.


I know all about CCIE - one session fixing up hardware is no substitute for experience (and is still vulnerable to the methods I mentioned - it is however a lot better than a multi choice exam of course).

To cure the shortage of experienced Postgres folks there is only one solution - err, more experience! So the need is for good training courses (not necessarily certification and all the IMHO nonsense that comes with that), and a willingness on the part of employers to invest in upskilling their staff.

Cheers

Mark


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