2014 Tribal Awards Are Open

, 2014-12-17

tribal-sql-redYesterday morning I opened my email and was very pleased to find that I have been nominated for the 2014 Tribal Awards from Simple-Talk and SQL Server Central, in the category of ‘Beyond the call of duty / Outstanding Contribution‘. WOW!  I’m honored! Now, I’m not going to tell you to vote for me. Vote for the person that you feel deserves this award, and vote for the other categories as well! The categories include:

  • Best Article
  • Best Blog
  • Fantasy Mentor
  • Best Presentation
  • Beyond the Call of Duty
  • Best New Community Voice
  • Best New Book
  • Best Free PowerShell Script
  • Best Twitter Account
  • and last but not least, Best Costume

There are some incredible people in this list, all who have contributed an incredible amount of knowledge. These awards are a fantastic way to show your support for all of the great participants in the SQL Server community that I care so much about, so go vote for your favorites in each category! Voting closes on January 2nd – so vote now! The winners will be announced on Simple-Talk and SQL Server Central on January 20th.

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