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Quest Software Swag Goodness

October 6, 2009

Quest Software has come out with another edition of Twitter t-shirt with the #UrADBAif hashtag theme. The previous tweet-shirt stirred up some interesting strong opinion for and against the tweet printed on the shirt. All this was documented in Colin Stasiuk’s blog post. This time Brent Ozar (Blog | Twitter) and Michelle Ufford (Blog | Twitter) made sure that the tweet printed on the shirt is kind of neutral. It is not offensive, unless fans of John Grisham find it otherwise.


I got this as a swag from attending Quest Software’s Spend A Day With Experts. Aside from the t-shirt, I also received a couple of SQLServerPedia stickers, SQL Server Management Studio Shortcut Keys, SQL Server 2005 Quick Reference Guide System Stored Procedure poster, SQL Server Dynamic Management Views poster, a publication of “SQL Server Consolidation”, and, most importantly, the video-cd of the September 10, 2009 seminar (Topics include: “Virtualizing SQL Server”,”SSRS for DBAs”, & “Perfmon & Profiler 101”).

The “Execution Plans” mentioned is referring to the book of Grant Fritchey (Blog | Twitter) titled “Dissecting SQL Server Execution Plans” (Download Free | Buy At Amazon)

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