So your manager wants more project managers. Managing managers is his/her goal. There is status in that. Managing individual contributors is hard...lots of busy work.
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So is that Capitalism going on in Iowa? Why does somebody getting unemployment piss Iowans off....but car dealerships being protected form new competition does not piss Iowans off. Maybe Fox News tells Iowans when to be pissed off and when not to be pissed off.
Dude...Google "germany" "tariff"
Not to mention NASA. The market and private enterprise could never have put a man on the moon in 10 years. Government set the strategy and arranged for private companies to make it happen.
Note that the space program (and military) drove the creation of technology to create commercial integrated circuits. How convenient to forget the help that government provides after the fact.
Of course without that arrogance - perhaps he would never have become the effective manager that he once was.
Call me when he can dance like the gay Tin-Man in Wizard of Oz. Oh and blow smoke out his head.
OLTP and traditional reporting are just reinventing the wheel- one can just slightly modify an open source program, change the UI and port to a new platform, and whammo, you've got your OLTP and traditional reporting.
whammo is the operative term here....jeeze
Transactions & triggers & a whole lot more....