SQLAuthority News – 4th Birthday of Blog – 20 Million Views – Blog Anniversary – A Milestone

Today is Nov 1, 2010. Four years ago, on the same day of the year 2006,  I wrote my first blog without thinking or even understanding where this blog was going to. The reason I started blogging was very simple- I just wanted to keep a note of what I learn every day. It was really that simple.

This blog also have completed 20 Million Views! I will post a detail statistics very soon in separate post.

Today is this blog’s 4th birthday. It has completed the long journey of 4 years.

I previously explained the reason of the origin of this blog over here: SQL SERVER – 1500 Posts – A MileStone – Origin of Blog Name Revealed

Coming to SQL with a developer’s background was very easy, but learning all the aspects of Database Administration was a bit difficult when I was beginning on my job. I think there are various helpful stuffs for developers and administrators online, but there are a very few help available when we look for the Performance Tuning area only. Although the focus of this blog is not on any particular topic, there are several people who think that the focus of this blog is on performance tuning. And I cannot deny that because my core expertise is performance tuning so it’s just natural that I write more about this subject. However, the real center of this blog was very simple: to remember whatever I learn. I think I have kept well with this aim.

I have been providing two major services recently:

1) Performance Tuning Health Check

2) Learning Performance Tuning Health Check (so you can do it yourself)

Well, I have nothing to add more today as I am feeling overwhelmed thinking about all the writing I have been doing. I have been enjoying every bit of it and I plan to continue for a longer time.

Just as always, this would have not been possible without all of YOU.

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

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