As my team celebrates the successful release of the latest version (v 2.5, for those of you keeping score at home) of the SQLRAP (SQL Risk Assessment Program) toolset, it should also be noted that Michelle Ufford has announced the winner of her SQL Rap Contest.
You can read about how this whole thing got started here, here, here, and here.. suffice it to say that Michelle, Brent Ozar, and I were privileged to judge nineteen very creative entries.
If you’re interested in the results, head on over to Michelle’s post and discover who took home the prize..
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