Microsoft MDP Nepal is going to organize a Tech Mela for the IT community of Nepal on March 29 & 30, 2010 (2066 Chaitra 16 & 17), Monday and Tuesday, at the Russian Center for Science & Culture, Kamalpokhari, Kathmandu. The objective of the event is to enhance and exchange knowledge about Information Technology, as well as Microsoft products and technologies, with the IT community. I am very excited to attend this one-of-a-kind event in Nepal.
I will be giving two presentations in the said event, which includes:
1) Become An Efficient Developer – Learn The Tricks of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS)
There are so many features in SQL Server Management Studio that we may not know or use all of them. This presentation will impart the tricks and tips of SQL Server Management Studio to the event goers. This aims to make you an efficient developer by having an edge over the other developers.
2) Good, Bad and Ugly: The Story of Index
The index is often considered as the sure shot tool for improving the performance of any query. Learn the basics with examples and discover the good, bad and ugly sides of Index. This session will help you efficiently write queries in the future.
I am very excited to attend this special event as this is the very first time I will be presenting in technical sessions in Nepal. If you are in Nepal, I strongly suggest that you go to this once-in-a-lifetime IT fair.
If your SQL Server gets slower, I will be happy to help you out to tune them. SQL Server Performance Tuning is an art and I will be happy to teach you how you can tune your SQL Server Performance. Here are details for the Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check.
Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)
ok – I’m seriously jealous that you’re going to Nepal.
Many thanks for your wishes. Nepal is great country and being Indian I do not need visa or passport. This is my very first visit to go to Nepal and I am very excited to go there. People are very nice there.
I am sure, if you visit to Nepal people will be really happy and may be they can learn something more about backup/restore and best practices of keeping database healthy!
Many thanks again,
I hope you had a great time in Nepal. So, how was it?
Many Many Thanks Pinal, Experiment Share Nepal Visit