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January #Meme15 Assignment

Logo for meme15

Last month, a number of us got together to share how we use social networks to enhance our careers and professional development.  For lack of a better name, these blog posts will be called #meme15.  The last assignment looked at blogging and why people started and why they continue.  For an idea of what people talked about last month, check out the round-up for the assignment.

Before we get to the assignment for this month, let’s go over a few guidelines for this:

  • Answer the question(s) with as much or as little detail as you wish.  Try to stay true to the heart of the question, but answering where it connects to you.
  • Watch for the new assignment about 8th, or the Monday after the 8th if it falls on a weekend.
  • Post your answer on the 15th, or the Monday after the 15th if it falls on a weekend.
  • Include the #meme15 logo your post (courtesy of Matt Velic (Blog | @mvelic))
  • Comment on the assignment blog post or trackback to it

#Meme15 Assignment #2

The second writing assignment for #meme15 will be to talk about twitter. The post should answer one of the following or both:

  1. Why should average Jane or Joe professional consider using twitter?
  2. What benefit have you seen in your career because of twitter?

You’ve got a week, happy writing.

Other SQL Community Memes

If you aren’t already participating, there are already a few going on in the community #TSQLTuesday, #MemeMonday, and Un-SQL Friday.  Watch for those for opportunities to blog without having to come up with your own topic.  Beyond having a easy topic choice, they also provide a window for more people to see what you have to say.

Related posts:

  1. February #Meme15 Assignment
  2. January #Meme15 Round-Up
  3. The #Meme15 On Social Networking


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