Re: advice on books to learn cobol
- From: "some" <s@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 2 Nov 2006 16:37:56 -0800
Thanks for the help and suggestions.
It sounds as if you are being asked to do a LOT of stuff that you don't have
the training for. Either your company needs to commit resources (like money) to
get you trained or to hire someone (possibly a contractor) to get you "started".
I am not clear by this message. In today's age don't all companies(and
IT in particular) expect their employees to do a lot by learning things
themselves rather than the company have to spend resources?(Or because
I don't know such basic things am I too dull?).
If I tell them that resources are needed they will instantly remove me
considering me lazy,incapable and unfit for the job. They will bring in
somebody who has done such things before and claim it is my fault that
I don't know things. So, either I learn things on my own quite fast or
lose my job.
I understand there are lot of experienced programmers in this group and
could learn from them. What is the proper method to be able to learn as
quickly as possible new skills required for tasks in company without
asking resources from company(particularly, when you don't have
many(5+) years of programming experience)?
Thanks for your help and time.
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