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I am very passionate about SQL Server. I also did certification on MCSA - SQL Server 2012, Querying and Administering; MCTS - SQL Server 2008, Database Development; and MCTS - SQL Server 2005, Implementation & Maintenance, which helped me to get more knowledge and interest on this field. Please feel free to drop me any question online or offline, i will try to give you the best possible answer from my side. Right now i am working as a SQL Server developer in TCS. I have an experience of just 2.6 years, well i can only say that "if you have an interest and passion, experience might become a very small thing".

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