SQLAuthority News – Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award for SQL Server – MVP

I am very glad to announce that Microsoft has awarded me Most Valuable Professional Award for SQL Server. I would like to thank Microsoft and MVP Lead Abhishek for awarding this honor to me. MVP is most prestigious award and I am very pleased to receive it. I thank all of my readers for their continuous support in my journey. Please feel free to contact me if you need any help or assistance.

Pinal Dave
SQL – MVP, MCDBA, MCAD, MCP
Bachelors of Engineering (Electronics and Communications), Masters of Science (Computer Networks)
Founder – SQLAuthority.com

Reference : Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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26 Comments. Leave new

  • Rashid Murtaza
    January 2, 2009 12:28 am

    Congratulations Mr Dave. I think this award is for all your help for others and struggle. Congratualtions on your marriage as well.

    May Allah shower his blessings on you and your family.

    Thanks

    Reply
  • Hi Pinal,

    What would you suggest as tricks for becoming MVP?

    Thanks in advance for your suggestions?

    Viral

    Reply
  • Brian Tkatch
    March 5, 2009 8:10 pm

    @Viral

    A trick for becoming MVP? Go to the MVP website, and type in: ‘; INSERT INTO MVP..Professional(First_Name, Last_Name) VALUES ‘Viral’, Jain’; —

    Let me know if it works :)

    Reply
  • Imran Mohammed
    March 6, 2009 11:31 am

    @Brain TKatch

    By doing that definitely you cannot become MVP, ( because there is syntax error ), may be you should try this,

    INSERT INTO MVP..Professional(First_Name, Last_Name) VALUES (‘Viral’, ‘Jain’) ;

    If there are no more MVP position’s available for this year then try doing this,

    DELETE FROM MVP..Professional
    WHERE First_Name not in ( ‘Viral’)
    and Last_Name not in ( ‘Jain’)

    GO

    Use MVP
    alter table Professional
    add constraint CK_FirstName check ( First_Name = ‘Viral’)

    GO

    Use MVP
    alter table Professional
    add constraint CK_LastName check ( Last_Name = ‘Jain’)

    INSERT INTO MVP..Professional(First_Name, Last_Name) VALUES (‘Viral’, ‘Jain’) ;

    IF @@Error = 0
    PRINT ‘ Congracts You are the only MVP for this year and for all years from now on…’

    GO

    I wish I could be as lucky as Pinal Dave to become MVP and to meet the Master of Master’s for SQL Server. I could only dream…..

    Regards,
    IM.

    Reply
  • Hey Brian and Imran,

    Thanks for your innovative solutions. I can see you at abysmal depth.

    Anyway, my question was targeted to Pinal not to you! Do you like answer for him?

    Viral.

    Reply
  • Oh, I am sure you went to dictionary, didnt you??

    In any case, I think Pinal knows me (or rather I know Pinal) and I am surprised that he allows such notes on his page!!!

    Thanks,
    Viral.

    Reply

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