The year 2012 was the most interesting year. If I start listing what was special about this year – I think it will take me 2-3 days to just write a blog post about this subject. Let me pick few things which I would like to specifically call out.
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I have been writing this blog for Seven years. I tried to post one thing every day – sometimes it is technical and sometimes it is personal but I make sure that I write something which interests me. In recent times when I start to write new topic and when I tried to search over it – I end up on my own blog post. I quickly realized that there is so much material I have posted on this blog that it is not possible to remember it. I just can’t remember everything. To avoid reputation and bring back the old content which was lost in time.
So far I have written 9 episodes of this article and I am already getting overwhelmed with all the information is shared on this blog so far. If you have not read them, here is your chance to read all of the 9 episodes.
I have attended nearly 30 various events in the year 2012. If you ask me to profile the events there are no two events which can be compared – some events were small some were huge, some events were in Indian Subcontinent and some were outside Asia. Overall – I had a blast with the community. However, there are two distinct events I would like to mention here.
This is the biggest event for any SQL Server Professional. I had a fantastic time in book signing as well releasing our new books.
This is the biggest event for any technologist of India. I had a great time meeting the local community and share some SQL Love. My whole family is attending this event for last 4 years and we have continued the tradition.
Well, I guess this is it for this year – see you next year (tomorrow)!
Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)