8/14/2012 7:13:17 AM
Amit Bansal -
It is never late to blog about experiences :) – Yes, I am defending myself for blogging so late on my experience at this year’s MVP Summit. This just shows how busy I am ;) (Innocent grin)
The biggest motivation for me to attend MVP summits is networking with fellow MVPs from around the globe, apart from interacting with the Product Group at Microsoft. And this year was no different as I got to meet many new MVPs in SQL Server category and made new friends. The technical sessions, as always, were good and gave many insights into the product, which, at least for me, to gain otherwise would not have been possible. The reception dinner, community night & product group dinner was a great way to meet & greet fellow MVPs. And yes, the best of all was the SQL secret session :) – SQL MVPs know what I am talking about. Thanks to Chuck !
Here are some pics:
With Chris, Sean & Jen
With Jonathan, Arnie & Paul
with Arnie, Chris & Mattias
On MVP projection at Seattle Stadium (where the community night happened)
One of my best – on the playground !
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Follow Amit at Twitter @A_Bansal : Amit Bansal is the CTO of eDominer Systems & Peopleware India. He is a consultant, trainer, writer, speaker & evangelist on SQL Server & Business Intelligence. A seasoned speaker; he speaks at major summits and conferences of Microsoft worldwide including TechED, MCT Summits, MSDN & TechNet conferences. Over the last 8 years, he has consulted, trained & mentored more than 6000 IT professionals on SQL Server & Business Intelligence and worked with top notch blue chip companies worldwide including Microsoft, Infosys, Wipro, RBS, HCL, HP, Siemens, IBM, Accenture, etc. He has delivered more than 400 workshops on SQL Server & Business Intelligence. Apart from holding many Microsoft credentials, he is also a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) awardee on SQL Server. He is also one of the first Microsoft Certified Trainer in India. Amit has worked with Microsoft in India and US as a Subject Matter Expert in various capacities participating in OD sessions, technical reviewing, etc. He is also a very active community lead in Asia Pacific. Visit www.amitbansal.net to know more. Subscribe to Amit’s blog and be a member of his technical forum at www.SQLServerGeeks.com - an exclusive SQL Server portal. Visit www.peoplewareindia.com for Corporate Training solutions.
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