Recently I walked into a very interesting situation with this blog. As many of you may know that this blog is hosted on Linux server and runs with MySQL and PHP. Self-hosted WordPress is the platform for this blog.
WordPress – How to Rollback Plugin or Theme Changes? – WP Rollback
This post is not about SQL Server but WordPress. As many of you know that I host SQLAuthority.com on self hosted Wordpress. This blog is powered by PHP and MySQL and hosted on an Apache Server.
My Journey to CrossFit Level 1 Trainer (CF-L1) Credential
Yes, it is true! I Earned CrossFit Level 1 Trainer (CF-L1) Credential. Let us see my journey to CrossFit rookie to expert.
Consultant’s Life – 30 Minutes Pre Call With Customer for SQL Server Performance Tuning
I am working as an independent SQL Server Performance Tuning Consultant and I love my job. Let us learn about Pre Call with a customer.
Life Lessons – Understanding Your Customer
A couple of weeks back, I wrote a blog around – Life Lessons – Are There Rules for Interacting With Customers. This has been just to write out what I had in mind and how I approached a customer in general. These are not rules written on stone, but are more of a methodology which I have made for my own self when interacting with customers. Trust me on this, over time you mature and tune this whole process while interacting with customers.
Life Lessons – Are There Rules for Interacting With Customers?
I personally don’t claim to know everything and most of my soft skills, learning/techniques has got seasoned over the years. Interacting With Customers
Podcast – Conversation With Author – Serving a Benevolent Master
I had amazing fun time earlier last week when I was interviewed by prominent podcaster Dave Rael. He is amazing interviewer and knows how to get secret information from the people. He had asked me indeed very, very difficult question in the podcast. I consider myself as a good speaker, but there were many moments when I fumbled to answer the questions immediately. I think the reason for the same is simple – the interviewer Dave was too good.