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Nowadays more and more french persons are using trip for trip ... just because the equivalent word is missing in french. Especialy if you are trying to translate something like the Jack's Kerouac road trip or 'las vegas parano' trip with jim carrey. trip sounds like going in a way of adventure and 'sortie' is more quiet... You may not be able to translate that word into a single french one, you need several french words to mean 'trip' like : "partir à l'aventure". That way you more close to J kerouac or jim Carrey trip, but in the quiet case "sortie" is fine.
Voyage is a good translation for trip. Voyager would be the verb.
But it's not the right context.
Sauter as previously mention sound like a nice fit. (heard it a lot)
Surcharger would also fit, though I heard it less often when talking about breaker.
For my current job, I was required to get my MCSA certificate. I obtained this certification, which means I should be able to perform most SQL Server admin duties.
Another requirement is that I obtain a Security+ certificate, which demonstrates that I am cognizant of the myriad of security threats, and how to spot/mitigate them. I obtained this certification.
Finally, I have a secret clearance.
New tasking requires that I create SSIS packages and SQL Server jobs that run them. Creating the packages is no big deal, but when it comes to the SQL jobs, things have gotten "sticky".
0) I can create the job.
1) I cannot RUN the job manually. (insufficient permissions)
2) I cannot EDIT the job. (insufficient permissions)
3) I cannot change the owner of the job (which is required so that I can run the job manually). (insufficient permissions)
4) The Info Management DBAs want to control the server, but don't have (or don't want to provide) the services necessary for SSIS development support.
What was the point in requiring me to obtain the listed certifications if it doesn't allow me access to do my f*ckin job?
At this point, because the Information Assurance people are being asshats, this has been escalated to command staff, and I'm still sitting on my thumbs waiting for a meeting to happen.
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