TechEd India 2013 – Bengaluru


I just delivered a session on ‘T-SQL Horrors: how NOT to code’ at TechEd India. The response has been great, and those of you who see this after attending my session, thank you very much for your interest and participation! What I appreciate the most is that people stayed till the very end despite the session being at the end of a long day. Kudos and I hope you enjoyed the session, do leave a comment or use the ‘Contact me’ link on this blog to send your feedback.

TechEd India @ Pune, here we come! All my Mumbaikar SQL fans and customers, do see if you can make it on the 25th and 26th at the Pune Marriot.

Here’s a photo (a bit too colorful and blurry but passable Smile) taken by my good friend and colleague Balmukund who presented two great sessions – one on AlwaysOn AGs and the other on Backup myths.

Comments (4)

  1. Abey Thomas says:

    Really enjoyed your session yesterday! Though we couldnt cover all the points you had, I thoroughly enjoyed all the tips you showcased. It would be great if you could share those tips..

  2. Sathish says:

    Hi Arvind,

    I have missed your session but heard was too good.

    Could you please post the slides on blog?

    Thanks and Regards,

    Sathish

  3. Shiva says:

    Hi Arvind

    Can you share the contents of Teched(Bangalore) session?

  4. arvindsh says:

    Hi friends

    I am working with Deepthi (SQL Dev track owner) and we will ensure that all the participants get access to the slide deck and demo scripts. It may take a week or so because we can only do this after the Pune event is over. Thank you for your understanding!