Hi Friends,

On March 21, 2015 (Saturday) we organized another SQL Special In-Person Event. This time in Pune. This was our first in-person SQL Special Event in Pune. Not only SQL Special Event, in fact, this was our maiden SQL Event in Pune. We never even had SQL Server Day in that charming city. So I was super excited to host the first ever SQL event in Pune. We hired the biggest room in Maharastra Chamber of Commerce for the event. And we got an awesome turn out!  Exactly 120 folks. It was like, Pune was really waiting for SQL event there. It was overwhelming! I re-delivered my TechEd NA & TechEd Europe session, Back to Indexes, The Original Culprit!

I have been to Pune multiple times for my training and consulting engagements. I must say, Pune SQL audience is super-energetic – I think the city itself is!. Loads of questions, awesome interaction and lots of humor! – One marathon session, truly deep dive! JUST SUPERB!

The most delighting thing for me was to see the unprecedented response to Asia’s first SQL Conference. Pune SQL Community was abuzz about participating in SQLServerGeeks Annual Summit 2015. Learn more here.

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Back to the event, thanks a ton to all the attendees, I hope they got what they had come for. All resources are here.

Click here to know more about my upcoming SQL Server Performance Tuning Master Class in 4 cities in India.

All SQL Special Events can be seen here. And how is SQL Special Events different from any other SQL event? Read here!

Here is our group photo and below is the feedback from the SQL community! The entire album is here!

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Thanks for the feedback SQL Community, below is a screenshot of the feedback – your feedback really motivates our entire team to deliver more such sessions! Here is the FB URL of the feedback!

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Thanks again, more events coming soon!

 

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