As part of a recent Meme Monday, I asked bloggers to write about what the term “SQL Family” meant to them. This page is a collection of posts that were written as a result. They are in no particular order of importance, they just are.

If you want to write a post, it’s ok, there is no real deadline with a Meme Monday post. Once you write your post, let me know about it, and I will add it to this page.

At some point I will add in some summaries for each, and probably my own summary post.

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  1. Help the #SQLFamily Give Back
    Dec 10, 2011 @ 20:36:41

    [...] just like this.Back in November, the SQL Server team witnessed an outpouring of support for the #SQLFamily meme started by Thomas LaRock (aka @SQLRockstar) and Karen Lopez (@datachick). For an installment of SQL [...]

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  2. What #SQLFamily means to me | UNIQUE and NOT DULL
    Dec 15, 2011 @ 10:20:37

    [...] ( Blog | Twitter ) and Karen Lopez ( Blog | Twitter ) started the #SQLFamily meme on Twitter and Tom made #SQLFamily the subject of the most recent “Meme Monday” series. The SQL Server Team, moved by the outpouring [...]

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  3. Pro SQL Server 2012 Practices: Chapter 17 | Home Of The Scary DBA
    Mar 04, 2013 @ 08:51:17

    [...] Bossy (b|t) is a great guy and a part of my SQL Family. We run into each other all the time at SQL Saturday’s and other events. I’ve never [...]

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  4. Justice League of #SQLFamily - RealSQLGuy
    Nov 07, 2013 @ 08:22:41

    […] with a dilemma – I really want to contribute something serious to Thomas LaRock’s #SQLFamily meme, but this blog thing I’ve got going here is, as evidenced by the superhero theme, meant […]

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