Introducing our PAC Community Ambassadors - SentryOne Team Blog

Introducing our PAC Community Ambassadors

At SentryOne, we have a long history of being committed to the SQL Server community.

I have the pleasure of announcing a new community program we are starting this summer; we call it our PAC Community Ambassador program. These are a handful of folks from our Product Advisory Council (PAC – which I've mentioned briefly here and here). Our product and marketing teams work with the PAC as a sounding board for feature ideas, beta programs, and social advice – since they and their customers use our tools, and they have phenomenal touchpoints within the community.

Starting this quarter, we will help these individuals reach out to more folks in the community by helping to cover their expenses to travel to events like SQLSaturdays. This keeps them connected to the community, helps get more free training for you, and hopefully encourages them to continue being involved in our programs.

Some of our ambassadors can't be reimbursed for travel, for a variety of reasons, and instead we happily contribute to their user group or the charity or non-profit of their choice.

Our current Community Ambassadors are:

 

Jes Borland

Jes Borland
@grrl_geekJes tweets as @grrl_geek and blogs over at LessThanDot.

 

Derik Hammer

Derik Hammer
@SQLHammerDerik tweets as @SQLHammer and you can learn more about him over at sqlhammer.com.

 

Chrissy LeMaire

Chrissy LeMaire
@clChrissy tweets as @cl, and you can learn more about her over at netnerds.net.

 

Andy Mallon

Andy Mallon
@AMtwoAndy tweets as @AMtwo; find out more at am2.co.

 

John Morehouse

John Morehouse
@SqlrUsJohn tweets as @SqlrUs, and you can learn more about him over at sqlrus.com.

 

Monica Rathbun

Monica Rathbun
@sqlespressoMonica tweets as @sqlespresso, and you can learn more about her over at sqlespresso.com.

 

Warwick Rudd

Warwick Rudd
@Warwick_RuddWarwick tweets as @Warwick_Rudd; Chris Yates recently interviewed him at ChrisYatesSQL.com.

 

Rob Sewell

Rob Sewell
@sqldbawithbeardRob tweets as @sqldbawithbeard, and you can learn more over at sqldbawithabeard.com.

 

Mike Walsh

Mike Walsh
@mike_walshMike tweets as @mike_walsh and you can learn more about him over at straightpathsql.com.

 

Chris Yates

Chris Yates
@YatesSQLChris tweets as @YatesSQL and you can learn more about him on his blog.

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