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A few days ago, I sent emails to everyone who subscribed to my newsletter (if you have not subscribed, you are missing out some real fun) that they can send me one performance problem of theirs like and I will help them solve it in 24 hours. I received over 1082 responses in the first 24 hours and honestly, I could not keep my commitment to reply each in 24 hours (even though I answered emails for 18 hours straight). It took me over 4 days to respond to EVERY SINGLE EMAIL, and on the top of it, I was still getting more emails. Finally, I caught up with everything on the fifth day and I had received a total of 2187 performance problems in the email. I have responded to each of them. During this marathon of answering emails, I saw that many users do not know how to send the execution plan in an email.
[Notes from Pinal]: R Services are very much new thing and trust me, I still have to get my hand dirty on this subject. I know the basics of it, but still I personally do not know enough that I can blog about it and teach others. This is when I reach out to Eduardo, he has this incredible ability to learn new thing and teach others in the lucid easy way. I requested Eduardo to help me out with R Services and Forecasting and he happily accepted.