I’ll say one thing for Michelle Ufford, the SQL Fool: she’s not one to leave a good idea on the table, unseized.
Yesterday she and I indulged in a little bit of silliness after I made an innocent tweet about some Risk Assessment Plan work I was doing. Well, the SQL Server Twitter flock got hold of it and there was quite a bit of conversation around it during the day today.
And then Michelle had an inspiration, which you can read about here.
In a nutshell, Michelle is having a SQL RAP contest. She’s accepting entries until 8pm CT on Monday, 18 May 2009. Then Michelle, Brent Ozar (he of the Hulk Hands), and I will review the submissions and pick a winner.
Yes, a folk singer/songwriter and blues guitarist is judging a RAP contest. Bear two things in mind:
- It’s a SQL RAP contest
- There’s no entry fee, so in this case you’re definitely getting what you pay for
Despite the rank incompetence of at least one judge, there’s even a prize – a nifty little electronic gadget. You can get a full description of the prize and complete details of the contest in Michelle’s announcement.
You’ve got a little less than three weeks.. plenty of time to bring da noize, bring da funk, seeing as how Michelle and I started this mess in the course of an evening.
Let’s see what you’ve got!
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