I love being an active member of the SQL Server and
is something magical in this.
don't know. Maybe it's the thrill of writing a new article giving solution to a
technical problem, or an article on a new technology or feature, or a webcast
it's the excitement when presenting at a conference, or writing a new SQL Server
tool in .NET.
of that converge into a single thing: the interaction with you, my fellow
technical community members.
all these years of actively participating to the SQL Server and .NET technical
communities, I believe that this is the key motivation in all this. The discussions, the feedback, both positive or negative,
it doesn't really matter, the feeling that with your contributions you really
help people, and so much more is the motivational power behind my contributions
to the technical communities.
This year, among other, I started writing for the
prestigious MSSQLTips online journal. MSSQLTips is one of the most established
online SQL Server communities and with its founders’ professionalism as well as
with all those high-quality tips, it helps hundreds of thousands, maybe even millions of
fellow community members.
As always, my commitment is that I will keep on contributing
to the SQL Server community via all available online and offline channels. I will keep on writing high-quality journal articles and blog posts. I will keep on writing cool SQL Server tools and books making them available to all of you. I will keep on presenting at conferences, user group events and webcasts! I will keep on tweeting...and the list goes on!
And yeah, you can definitely expect more tips in 2017!
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