If this were an actual campaign commercial (in the U.S. at least…) I would now proceed to not say anything about myself and simply bash other people with comments like:
- So-and-so uses Microsoft Access and likes it
- My Opponent sets their databases to auto-shrink
- They somehow get their job done without ever leaving their house
- The incumbent doesn’t like to wear pants! What kind of example does this set for our children? They’re simply TOO RADICAL for [Insert State Here].
I won’t do any of that, but I will ask for your vote. I have been nominated for the first-ever SQLServerPedia.com awards, and I’m up against a lot of excellent candidates. I could really use your help!
Voting is really simple. There’s no logging in or signing up for anything. Starting at the main page you’ll see a whole list of categories. I’m very fortunate to have been nominated for two: Internals and New to SQLServerPedia. The post I wrote that was nominated for the internals category was Two Myths About ‘Lock Pages In Memory’ for last month’s T-SQL Tuesday. Other nominated posts are linked to from the voting pages.
So if you find yourself with a few free minutes to kill, please consider taking the time to vote. Polls are open until Monday, November 8th.