6/4/2012 1:35:36 AM
Satnam Singh -
Last weekend, I posted one blog on www.sqlservergeeks.com which discussedone such approach which i used on my production server to fine tune a viewwhich was causing a heavy damage to the tempdb database because of lot oftable scans involved in it. Although the content involved in the postcontained few steps which Books Online didn't recommended but still as amatter of urgency i used them. Once the blog went live, I had few commentscoming from Robert Davis,Jonathan Kehayias giving their recommendations onthe incorrect advice in the blog which the people shouldn't be using at all.Those recommendations were made in the right spirit but I took them theother way. Thus, my responses also were inappropriate and this took thediscussion to another direction which was not at all intended. Being new toonline blogging and not knowing much about online ethics, I selectivelydeleted comments which was not the right thing to do. Overall, beingcompletely upset with what was going on, I landed up deleting my blog andthe comments. I realized I shouldn't have committed this mistake, I regretwhat happened and apologise for the mistake.My personal apology to Robert Davis, Jonathan Kehayias and to all themembers of the SQL Server Community including Amit Bansal & Sarabpreet Singh(Site administrators).I believe, mistakes happen by everybody but one learns a lesson from itwhich helps him to prosper in life.I hope to hear positively from thecommunity on my apology. I would like to put this incident behind me andcontinue blogging the right way.With Thanks,Satnam
Satnam Singh (Member since: 11/9/2011 3:55:30 PM)
Satnam Singh is a SQL Server DBA with Larsen and Toubro Infotech, Mumbai, India. Satnam has around 6 years of experience on Microsoft SQL Server Technology. Satnam mainly specializes in areas such as High Availability and Performance Tuning. He is a regular contributor to the SQL Server Community where he regularly posts articles discussing various scenarios of the technology. Satnam lives in South Mumbai along with his family. During his free time he loves reading books,going out on long drives etc.In case of any issues for which you feel help is required you can reach him on email@example.com
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Thank you for your follow-up post. I absolutely agree that everyone makes mistakes, and I don't believe in judging people by the mistakes they make, but rather by how they learn from them. Welcome to the blogging world. I'm looking forward to seeing the perspective you have to offer!
Like Robert said, we've all made mistakes in blogging before, it's just part the learning process, and we all get feedback on things we write that help us learn more about SQL Server. I appreciate the follow-up post and look forward to reading your blog in the future.
Appreciate the gesture Satnam. Thanks Robert and Jonathan for responding positively !
Many Thanks to all of you.
Now this is called positive and creative commenting.... may be i need to learn from the above comments and the way Satam does the writeups...
Thats the good spirit dude,Keep it up !
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