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Posted Wednesday, September 14, 2011 5:28 AM
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Great Jeff Great Talk!!! Thanks for all the help you provided to all of us!!!

We should also thank Rich Bay and your boss for the "accident", otherwise we may miss this great SQL UMBRELLA named Jeff Moden....



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Congrats Jeff, this will be really inspirational for other sql folks.

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Posted Wednesday, September 21, 2011 6:01 AM


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Congratulations Jeff, and Thank You for all you do

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Posted Wednesday, September 21, 2011 6:18 AM
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Simply, well deserved!!!
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Congratulations Jeff! Well deserved. Really.

I look forward to meeting you at The Summit in a few weeks!

I especially appreciate your spirit of giving. Let me tell you, as a full time consultant, many of my peers and companions are 'takers', always looking for a way to keep what they know to themselves to keep money coming in. The job security argument. I CAN'T STAND THAT! Teaching is giving and when done with a giving attitude (rather than a taking [of glory] attitude, it is a beautiful thing.

Please, keep it up as I know you will... Because you can't help it. You ARE a giver, not a taker in disguise.

Thanks for all of your help around here.


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I'd just like to say how glad I am that Jeff is a part of the SQL Server community, and say thanks for all I've learned from his writings. He's such an inspiration!
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*claps* Rock on ya old whitebeard! Us younguns are still learnin' every day from ya!


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*claps* Rock on ya old whitebeard! Us younguns are still learnin' every day from ya!

You a youngun?
Great job Jeff.. Looking forward to meet you at the Summit. We will meet on Monday evening at the Lowells.


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Jeff, congratulations on the award. I know everytime I need a solution to a database programming problem my well trained programmer brain wants to construct a loop. Then I think about you and your teachings keeping us out of RBAR!

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