Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by LOLZILLA, Apr 1, 2008.
"My sequel server."
This isn't a fucking novel.
its sort of cute.
"How do I backup my sequel?"
Make sure to save what you've written for your book?
it's quicker than sayin S Q L
The fact may point to people language origin. They may be russians, for example ( the letter "es" is absent there).
yeah it just sounds fucking horribles
Most of the people who I run into that say it this way are whiter than white whites from the most white areas of white America.
in college...my professors actually called it sequel more than s q l
My es que el
i say SEQUEL because thats how i've heard it since i began in the corporate world.
our dba says sequel.
the dba at my last company said sequel
The instructor in the course i took with oracle said sequel
They said sequel at the Microsoft 2008 product launch
we should start calling it skewl
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I've had classes where they pronounce it "sequel" but we obviously know what the professor is talking about.
He never spells it like that though, always spells it "SQL".
If you said sequel to someone who had no idea was SQL was, then that's a complete throw off.
Anyways, doesn't really matter.
It's just kinda funny.
Well yeah, exactly.
Mine too, then again my CIS department was full of profs who were completely stupid and had no idea what they were doing.
I'm learning SQL but the guys teaching me at work refer to it as Sequel and yes they are white
I am eastern european and used to call it ES QUE EL however after 10 years of hearing everyone call it sequel it kind of grew on me. Plus try speeling out PL/SQL 5 times in a converstation and you will see why pee el squel is much much easier than pee el es que el
I've also noticed that it's mostly weak ass microsoft users that call it sequel.
I call it SQLeezee
i call it "squeak well"
I'm a "P L sequel" developer, have worked at three shops, and heard it both ways. Fortunately, I've never worked with anyone wrapped around the axle enough to care.