- Dec – T-SQL Tuesday #61 – Giving Back (roundup) – How can you, or will you, give back to the community? Speaking, answering questions, writing software?
- Nov – T-SQL Tuesday #60 – Something New Learned (Roundup) – Have you challenged yourself lately? How are you going to jump start your learning?
- Oct – T-SQL Tuesday #59 – My Hero – Write about your heros and how you met them, learned about then, got inspired, or something else.
- Sep – T-SQL Tuesday #58 – Passwords (Roundup) – Write something about passwords. How you manage them, pick them, check them, etc.
- Aug – T-SQL Tuesday #57 – SQLFamily and Community (Recap) – Time to talk about community and the SQLFamily.
- Jul – T-SQL Tuesday #56 – Assumptions (Wrap) – We all have assumptions about various aspects of our jobs. What happens if those assumptions aren’t true?
- Jun – T-SQL Tuesday #55 – SQL Server 2014, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (The Wrap) – Talk about something you like, or dislike, or think isn’t a good implementation in SQL Server 2014.
- May – T-SQL Tuesday #54 – Interviews and Hiring (The Summary) – Put down anything about interviewing and hiring. How you conduct one, how your last one went, what are good questions, what’s stumped you?
- Apr – T-SQL Tuesday #53 – Why So Serious? –
- Mar – T-SQL Tuesday #52 – Argue Against a Popular Opinion – Round-up
- Feb – T-SQL Tuesday #51 – Place Your Bets – Jason Brimhall – roundup
- Jan – T-SQL Tuesday #50 – Automation – SQLCHOW
Month: December 2014
T-SQL Tuesday #061 – Giving Back
Invitation and roundup from Wayne Sheffield.
In “The Spirit of Giving”, I want to know how you plan on Giving Back to the SQL Community during the coming year. Are you going to start speaking at your local user group? Speak at your local SQL Saturday? Perhaps step up and help run your local user group? Do you want to start becoming an active blogger – or increase your blogging? Do you plan on volunteering your time with larger organizations (such as PASS), so that SQL Training can occur at a larger level? However you plan on giving back to the SQL Community during the upcoming year, and whether it is something new that you’ll be doing or continuing what you are doing, I’m looking forward to reading about it in your blog post.