I have personally participated in quite a large number of these TSQL Tuesday events – despite not being every single one. This is a roundup of my personal participation across the years.
Small tokens of gratitude and small actions help to build this wonderful SQL Community that gives and gives and gives. Humility leads us to seek out ways to give more and become better as individuals. Give and you will receive!
Getting feedback from others is that little check that is needed to help progress and move in the right direction. When allowing time and opportunity for feedback from others, you are doing yourself a service as well as them.
Building on the work of these three fine individuals, here comes the difficult task. You have been the benefactor of some awesome help from somebody else. You even wrote about it and in a way, told that person how they impacted you, your career, or both. You have set goals for yourself to become a better you after some personal reflection, meditation, introspection. Then you have given back to the community in some way.
I am not asking you to be braggy, just aware and cognizant. What have you done to impact somebody else in the last 13 months?
One of the really super cool things about the SQL community is the frequent opportunity one could have to get involved.
One of my favorite methods of getting involved is the varied ways to participate on a book project.
Not only will you encounter some interesting stories, but I believe you will also encounter some interesting insight into some of the contributors for this book: Data Professionals at Work.
When it comes to characteristics of an MVP, the two groups (geek and jock) are no longer at the opposite ends of the spectrum. Rather, they are very similar in nature which makes this such a great tool to help relate to many teams of different types. Business leaders, youth leaders, coaches, and the it crowd can all benefit from reading this book.
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