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Nakul Vachhrajani is a Technical Specialist & Systems development professional with iGATE. He holds a MCTS (SQL Server 2008: Implementation & Maintenance)
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Thank-you, SQL Server Community and I wish you a Happy New Year 2011!

Dec 31 2010 11:05AM by Nakul Vachhrajani   

It’s New Year’s Eve, and I am spending some nice family time by taking a holiday from work. However, it is not possible for me to forget the nice memories that the SQL Server community has given me.

As we wind up the year 2010, I would like to express my sincere thanks to the entire SQL Server Community for their kind support and encouragement in 2010. It was fun attending the various Community Tech Days events and also view the recorded Virtual Tech Days (being work days, I was not able to participate as a live attendee).

This year, I made an attempt to start giving back to the SQL Server Community in order to help strengthen it even further. I am thankful that all my contributions have been welcomed by the community and continue to pray that I will receive the same support in the years to come.

One of the the most important professional developments that happened for me in 2010 was that I started my blog with the kind help of Jacob Sebastian and the encouragement of both local SQL Server heroes - Pinal Dave and Jacob Sebastian. Here is a summary of my other contributions to the community:

  1. Contributed quite a few “Question Of the Day” on SQLServerCentral.com
  2. Pinal Dave published one of my articles on December 20, 2010 (http://blog.sqlauthority.com/2010/12/20/sql-server-securing-truncate-permissions-in-sql-server/)
  3. My article on Connection Strings 101 was published on December 24, 2010 on SQLServerCentral.com (http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Connection+Strings/71669/)

I pray to the Almighty that I continue contributing to the community with even increased zeal and fervor in 2011! I am proud to be associated with a community as vibrant and as wonderful as the SQL Server community.

With this, I will close and allow you all to get back with your families to ring in the New Year. I wish you all a very Happy and Prosperous New Year!

Oh…and in the New Year,

Be courteous. Drive responsibly.

Tags: Holidays, Community,


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  • Congratulations Nakul. You had a fantastic start!. Keep up the great work!

    commented on Dec 31 2010 8:34AM
    Jacob Sebastian
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  • Congratulations Nakul. Keep it up

    commented on Jan 3 2011 1:43AM
    Madhivanan
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  • Congratulations my friend.

    I think it is just beginning there is long road for you and you will do excellent work for SQL community!

    commented on Oct 8 2011 11:24AM
    Pinal Dave
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