Data Platform Day in Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai & Gurgaon in Jan/Feb 2016

Dear SQL Geek,

Warm wishes for the New Year from SQLServerGeeks Team.

We are back with our most popular free event, SQL Server Day. But starting this year, SQL Server Day has been re-christened as Data Platform Day to reflect a global trend.

This is our first event after the success of Asia’s First SQL Conference.


So you are cordially invited to Data Platform Day happening in Hyderabad (Jan 23), Bangalore (Jan 30), Mumbai (Feb 6) and Gurgaon (Feb 13). Ahmad Osama and Amit Bansal will deliver intriguing session on Business Intelligence, In-Memory OLTP & Columnstore. So whether you are a developer, DBA, or an architect and irrespective of the experience you have, this event is a must attend for you. Do not miss the demo-packed sessions.


For more details & registration visit:

You would love to see a glimpse of huge participation at our recent & past events where people have turned up in hundreds:

We look forward to your participation. And do spread the word.

And yes, some big announcements will be made in this events. Hope to see you at the event!

Please note this is an in-person event & absolutely free.

[Note: The event is strictly for working professionals]


Thanks & Regards

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About Manohar Punna

Manohar Punna is a Microsoft Data Platform Consultant and a Data Platform MVP. In his day to day job he works on building database and BI systems, automation, building monitoring systems, helping customers to make value from their data & explore and learn. By passion Manohar is a blogger, speaker and Vice President of DataPlatformGeeks. He is a community enthusiast and believes strongly in the concept of giving back to the community. Manohar is a speaker at various Data Platform events from SQL Server Day, various user groups, SQLSaturdays, SQLBits, MS Ignite, SSGAS & DPS. His One DMV a Day series is the longest one day series on any topic related to SQL Server available so far.

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