Voting Day is Here

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Published on: November 2, 2010

Tis the season for voting and SQLServerPedia has thrown out an election as well.  The SQLServerPedia awards are under way and voting will last until Nov. 9th.

Surprisingly, I have a couple of nominations.  I would ask for your vote and am delighted by every single vote I get.

I hope you vote for the best in each category.  Let’s get out and make our voices heard for something that really matters.  There is a lot of good stuff that has been nominated.

You can cast your vote here.

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  1. quoted on Blogger Awards | SQL RNNR says:

    […]  That election was the SQLServerpedia Awards.  My first post on that election can be found here.  I had wanted to write another post about the election and make a whole bunch of campaign […]

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