The thread WAS moved to the certification forum first. If instead of re-posting your thread 3 times and frustrating everone, you could have used http://www.dbasupport.com/forums/search.php and found your original thread.
The "Database Administration" forum is a technical forum. Posts regarding Labor Markets are way off topic for this forum.
The first subject was opened in relation to curve descendant of applied values, the next used part of the first to explain the subsequent subjects that would do because it could have colleagues that had not read the first. Therefore it was a different subject.
with relationship to moves the subject, inform politely, " its subject was transferred to the certification forum " instead of " duplicated subject and shut ".
What the one of having wandered in this??? The rude form with which I was negotiated.
Originally posted by pando
According to you mariest should open a new thread ...
Or better yet:
To Whomever it concerns:
Please take notice that hhbrazil has posted a thread entitled "Invitation to a debate on values. Spend 5 minutes and answer me." in the "Database Administration" forum. The user has either mistakenly posted a non-technical thread in a technical forum, does not have the common courtesy to post appropriate topics in appropriate forums, or just doesn't care and perfers to spam the forums in order to get a response.
I will kindly move this thread to the "Certification" forum as it is off topic to the "Database Administration" forum. Those people who regularly read the "Database Administration" forum prefer to have to sift through hundreds of questions regarding certification, finding jobs, or development issues. In fact, this is why seperate forums were created just for these purposes.
Please accept my apologies should this cause you any difficulty.