Tribal SQL Book Giveaway!

To celebrate the release of my first published work, I’m giving away a copy of Tribal SQL. To have a chance of winning, just leave a comment on this post before November 11, 2013 6:00 AM Mountain Standard Time. I’ll assign a number to each comment in the order they were received and use to randomly pick the winning number. Be sure to enter your email address when leaving a comment so I can contact you! If you don’t want to leave your email address, be sure to check back on this post or follow my Twitter account to see if you won!


If you don’t win, you can always order the book from Amazon. It makes a great Christmas gift!

Authors and editors of the book are not eligible. Due to shipping costs, I can only ship to addresses in the United States. If you are outside of the U.S., feel free to enter, but if you win, you must provide a U.S. shipping address for me to ship to. Only one entry per person please. Winner has 20 days to contact me to claim their prize before an alternate winner is chosen.

As an added bonus, the winner will also receive one free enrollment to my online SQL Server 101 course at! If you are already a student of that course, you’ll receive one free enrollment to my next course, which should be available soon.

Good luck!


UPDATE: The contest is closed. I have sent email to the winner and am waiting to hear back.

6 thoughts on “Tribal SQL Book Giveaway!

  1. Congratulations on the wonderful achievement of getting your first book published! It must have been a fantastic thrill to finally see it in print and I love the title! I look forward to reading it in the near future and absorbing the knowledge that the contributing SQL gurus have gleaned over their many years of experience working with SQL server.

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