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About Amit Bansal

Amit R S Bansal leads the SQL & BI practice at SQLMaestros.com (unit of eDominer) with a focused team providing consulting, training, content development & SQL support services to more than 120+ SQL Server customers globally. He holds a Director position at eDominer Systems & Peopleware India. His sessions at TechED North America 2014, 2012 & TechED Europe 2013 were top-rated. Since 2002, he has worked on countless SQL Server projects, consulted, trained & mentored more than 6000 IT professionals on SQL Server. Amit is a SQL MCM, SQL MVP & MCT. He is also the founder of SQLServerGeeks.com. You can know more about him at www.amitbansal.net

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