Another T-SQL Tuesday has come and gone and I’ve got to admit that all the responses that were received are pretty awesome and even had a few responses from first timers that attended the PASS Summit 2012. While all the posts were great, I had one that blew me away and is exactly what the Community is about. Kendal Van Dyke allowed a post to be tied to his blog by Andy Levy who currently didn’t have a blog and is fairly new to SQL. If you get a chance check it out.
One theme that I read over and over again is that we are one huge family and we have each others backs. The Community has a whole goes out of their way to assist our fellow members. Below is the roundup from everyone who chimed in. Thanks everyone for their participation!
Jason BrimHall – SQL Family – After Summit 2012 | SQL RNNR
Rob Farley – Rob Farley : SQL Community – stronger than ever
Aaron Bertrand – T-SQL Tuesday : Reflections on the PASS Summit and our community
Robert Davis – T-SQL Tuesday #36 – SQL Community | SQLSoldier
Valentino Vranken – BI: Beer Intelligence? · PASS Summit 2012: Impressions Of A First Timer
Edwin Sarmiento – PASS Summit and The Value Of Building A Community
Wayne Sheffield – T-SQL Tuesday #36 – Community
Robert Pearl – TSQL Tuesday – What SQL Community Means To Me
Tamera Clark – SQL Community and Family
Kendal Van Dyke (On Behalf of Andy Levy) – T-SQL Tuesday #36 – SQL Community (Guest Post)
Argenis Fernandez – T-SQL Tuesday #36 (#tsql2sday)– Post-PASS Summit Depression
Stacia Misner – Data Inspirations » We are (SQL) Family! (T-SQL Tuesday #36)