My T-SQL contribution for this month is about what I would like to put in a SQL Community time capsule. Because it is the theme for this month’s T-SQL Tuesday.
This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by Tamera Clark. Tamera invites us all to talk about what information we would like to put into a SQL Community time capsule.
You can read more about the invite in detail by clicking on the T-SQL Tuesday logo above.
What I would put in the time capsule is something very unique.
Because I would put in the time capsule a list of every single member of the SQL community past and present. Listing one thing they have done outside of the SQL community they would like to be remembered for.
We all know that some members of the SQL community are well known for doing SQL Server related things. However, there are lots of members of the SQL Community who have done outstanding things outside of the SQL community as well. Thing that have truly made a difference to others.
For example, I happen to know various members of the community have done things for charity. Others have supported keyworkers, like the ones I mentioned in a previous post here.
Other examples include doing things like fostering and serving for their country.
It’s a truly inclusive list which everybody in the SQL community can contribute to.
Personally, I love the work I do for the SQL community. Trust me, I really do which is why I do so many things in my spare time.
However, if I was lucky enough to live into my nineties like my grandfather did I know one thing. I would rather look back and remember saving somebodies live instead of finishing a certain project.
I hope you enjoyed reading about what I would put in a SQL Community time capsule.
Because I think this list is something that most members of the SQL community could contribute to. A lot of people have made a difference to the lives of others outside of the SQL Community and this list would reflect that.
All views about this list are more than welcome.