Yes, I wholeheartedly agree! That's exactly why credentials are so important, IMHO.Based on it, it is simply impossible to provide some evidence. Please, admit it.
I donno, I've met too many OCP noobs. . . .In fact someone can only provide some evidence if he/she passed some kind of examination.
The only test I put credence in are the OCM which is like other professionals exams, (the CPA exam, the bar exam), the multi-day tests that require demonstrable skill. I've yet to meet an OCM who did not impress me . . .And, IMHO, for Oracle Database such an examination doesn't exist yet.
Precisely! Well said. I see loads of opinions here every day, and I don;t know about you, but I have a really hard time determining whether I should give credence to the anonymous opinions. However, folks who I know to have a vast wealth of work experience (APC, Laurent Schneider, &c), it's much easier.Therefore, everything else is matter of opinion.
No, of course not. I've never questioned your sincerity and your earnest desire to help.all I can see is a claim that I shouldn't be allowed to supply an answer.
You mean like your deceptive "proof" that you used to try to discredit me?employing the lessons learnt in "How People Tell Lies (101)
OK, you got me there. It was never my intention to become personal, and I apologize if it was taken that way. You are clearly a very versatile and talented fellow, but I don't think that your expertise warrants pontificating on things that you have no experience with. That's all, nothing more . . .Conclusion - "question the answer" by all means; but remember that there is a difference between a technical response to "the answer" and a personal response to "the person supplying the answer".