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SQL Server Quiz - Answer the questions, win a prize.....

It's March Madness, and we're not just talking about basketball.  We're not just talking about Women's History Month, which is celebrated today in the SQL Community with Women In Technology (WIT), presenting 24 Hours of PASS (24HOP) online training all day.  Yes, March is in like a LION, and spring is almost here.

Haven't you heard?  There's a fabulous on-going SQL Server Quiz happening, with a NEW question every day, brought to you by various SQL Server Experts and industry MVPs.  And, with each question you answer, you increase your chance of winning some fantastic prizes! These include, an Apple IPad (from Red Gate), and other assorted software licenses from your favorite SQL Server software vendors.

Jacob Sebastian of BeyondRelational.com and SQL MVP, has brought this great challenge to the sql server community.  What do you have to lose?  Answer: Nothing!  You have everything to gain!  Not only is it fun, you definitely will be in the game for some for these cool prizes.  You will even learn from both the QuizMasters, and some of the most informative answers.  If you log on, you will be a WINNER, all around. 

The QUIZZES are NOT limited to just the SQL Server discipline.  Last month was the .NET quiz.  This month, TSQL Quiz 2011 has started. This week's TSQL quiz was kicked off with the best questions thus far, Why Can't I Create This View?.  OK, just kidding - that was in fact my question and challenge to the SQL Community.  There are lots of great questions, lots of stumpers, and again, lots of great prizes. 

Still upcoming is the SQL Server DBA Quiz 2011, and the SQL Server BI Quiz.

I originally announced this quiz when it all started in my blog: Who Want's to Be a Millionaire?

So, what are you waiting for?  Take the SQL Server Quiz today, and have your answers voted up!

Did I mention the prizes?   See you there, on BeyondRelational.com!  Thanks!



Posted by Jason Brimhall on 15 March 2011

I think I will go answer some questions now.  I had thought it was a daily thing - but cumulative looks to be an excellent way to go.

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