May MVP – Bob Pusateri

Microsoft_MVP_logoWhoa. I’m way behind in my blogging.

For the month of May, my MVP choice is Bob Pusateri (B|T).

Bob is a SQL Server DBA that hails from the windy city of Chicago, Illinois. He is very active within the SQL Community as an avid speaker and blogger. I’ve had the pleasure of getting to  know Bob over the years and found he is always more than willing to help out wherever he can.   Conversations with Bob are very enlightening because we both are very interested in SQL Server internals. We have  have even discussed doing a joint session together.

Bob is also involved in his local SQL Server user group.  You can also find him on Twitter helping with questions on the #sqlhelp hash tag from time to time.

If you see Bob around an event, definitely go up and introduce yourself.  I think that Bob is deserving of this nomination due to his passion for sharing his knowledge and his continued support of the SQL Server community.

Additional Highlights:

  • Bob is a Friend of Red Gate (FoRG) for 3 years running
  • Speaking at the 2016 SQL PASS Summit in Seattle, WA
  • Published author – Tribal SQL
  • Certified SQL Server Master – SQL 2008
  • Speaker of many SQL Saturday events
  • Speaker at Virtual Chapters
  • Moderator for 2015 24-Hours of PASS
  • Member of the PASS Summit Program Committee for 5 years

Nominate Someone

As I have done previously, I challenge you to nominate someone in your circle that is worthy.  Even if it isn’t for the MVP award, nominate them for something, anything.  Even if you just simply email them telling them Thank You, I assure you it’ll make a difference to them.

If you do want to nominate someone for the Microsoft MVP award, you will need to know their email address and can submit the nomination here.

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