Hi All,

Recently SQLServerGeeks.com organized SQL Server Day event in Bangalore on 17th March, 2012. It was so overhelming for me and Amit Bansal to see around 130+ people turning up to attend the event and learn SQL Server.

The crowd was very appreciative and acknowledged the efforts of Amit Bansal to organize the event.

Post Event we received some encouraging feedback from people in the form of emails, tweets and even blog post.


From: mailto:girishrao.anar@gmail.com
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2012 12:16 AM
To: admin@sqlservergeeks.com
Subject: feedback about Bangalore event

Hi Amith,

Myself Gireesh. I attended the “SQL SERVER DAY” event at Microsoft venue on last Saturday in Bangalore. I am a .NET developer. I have very minimum knowledge about SQL SERVER programming and features, and I thought I will get something to learn so I attended the event. Though every topic covered there are entirely new for me, I liked the second session about SQL Server 2012  INDIRECT CHECKPOINTS very much. I have noted all the new topics and I will make a study on them, also I learnt a lot of possibilities with SQL SERVER, and I felt the program very useful. Thank you for such a good event. Please let us know about further such events in Bangalore.

Gireesh Rao A


Charudut J Shetty (‏@charudut): My first time at #SQLServerGeeks was a great experience! Talk on SQL Azure was interesting. Thank you Amit, Parikshit, Nickil & Microsoft :)

manas ranjan dash (‏@simplymanas) : @talktosavjani like it #sqlservergeeks


Sudeepta Ganguly also posted blog describing their learnings and experience on SQL Server day http://sudeeptaganguly.wordpress.com/2012/03/18/a-recap-of-sql-server-day/

A Big THANK YOU to all for your feedback and support.

I have uploaded the Slide Deck for indirect Checkpointing in the Slide Share and following is the link


Hope this helps!!!



Parikshit Savjani

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