SQL Lumberjack By Definition

A SQL Lumberjack is an individual who is responsible for the design, implementation, maintenance, repair, and harvesting of virtual data in a SQL Database. The term usually refers to a DBA whose hand tools are virtual and sometimes as dull as a spoon. Whereas it can be difficult to harvest data without the right tools or access. Therefore, a SQL Lumberjack, like a true lumberjack could be lost without an axe. The work can be difficult but rewarding, high-paying in most cases, not at all dangerous, and living is most likely good. These people traditionally have built a culture that celebrates intelligence, confronts danger with awkward techy jokes, and loves changes in technology. A SQL Lumberjack is always prepared and ready to use what ever tools are provided to get the job done and exceed customer exceptions.


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