Daily Coping 29 Dec 2020

I started to add a daily coping tip to the SQLServerCentral newsletter and to the Community Circle, which is helping me deal with the issues in the world. I’m adding my responses for each day here. All my coping tips are under this tag. 

Today’s tip is to congratulate someone for an achievement that may go unnoticed.

This is a double congrats, for someone that I know and don’t get to see often enough. Some of you may also know Glenn Berry, hardware expert and the author of the DMV Diagnostic queries that lots of people use.

Glenn left his job and struck out on his own this past year and he’s been busy working on a number of things where he’s had some success that I think is worth noting. I have probably left some positive notes on posts, but I’m going to use today as a way to congratulate him for a few things.

First, his YouTube channel has over 500 subscribers, which is a nice accomplishment in relatively short time.

Second, he’s been winning awards for his beer. Congrats to him, and hopefully I’ll get the chance to try some of these. I was over at his house last summer, watching him brew beer one day and got to try a few of his creations. Looking forward to doing it again.

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1 Response to Daily Coping 29 Dec 2020

  1. Glenn Berry says:

    Wow, thanks, Steve! I didn’t even see this until this morning. I’m looking forward to seeing you again and sharing some home brew. I have an Imperial Milk Porter in the fermenter right now that should be very good.


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