SQL Saturday Chattanooga was held on 24th June at UTC Chattanooga EMC Building. I have been to multiple SQL Saturdays earlier, but this was my first time in SQL Saturday Chattanooga. I was humbled to get the opportunity to present two sessions during this event.
I am excited to announce that I have been selected to speak at SQL Saturday Pensacola on 3rd June, 2017. I have heard so many good things about this event from my peers, that I feel humbled to be part of the event this year. SQL Saturday is a free training event for Microsoft Data Platform professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server, Business Intelligence and Analytics.
The Day 1 of the Microsoft annual developer Build Conference started at the Washington State Conference Center in Seattle. There were over 5000 attendees and the place looked all jam packed by 7AM, as people started to come in for the Keynote. In this blog, I will recap the Top 12 announcements during the Day 1 of the Build Conference.
One of the events which I was lot excited to attend was the pre-Build event – ‘Microsoft AI Immersion Workshop’. The event promised to be a great opportunity for developers to learn about building intelligent applications using Microsoft and open source technologies. Now that the event is over, I must say that it did live up to its expectation.
SQL Saturday Birmingham 2017 was held on 18th March at Samford University. This was my first SQL Saturday as an Organizer. I also presented on Productivity Tips and Tricks in SSMS.
On 14th January, 2017 I attended SQL Saturday Nashville held at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU), Murfreesboro. I have been to multiple SQL Saturdays before, but this was my first SQL Saturday as a Speaker.
A year back on this very day, I decided to start my own blog and that’s how dotnetvibes.com came into existence. Today on 1st January, 2017 – exactly a year later – I must admit that it has been an eventful journey with lot of excitement, learning, challenges and acquaintances.