Merry Christmas and a small gift for the SQL Community

Hi There,

Hope you are doing well.

This time of the year no one wants to read emails so I will make it short and crisp.

First, let me begin with the talk of the town, which is: The first ever SQL Server Master Class in India. Yes, this is history created by SQLMaestros! On Dec 12, in Bangalore, we concluded the first public batch of SQL Server Master Class of our most popular course, SQL Server Internals, Troubleshooting and Performance Tuning. I have delivered more than a hundred corporate/private classes of this course across the globe and based on popular demand, we made this class public. We could not have expected a better debut – each seat filled! Yes, it was houseful! Thanks to our customers and SQL Server Community at large! Check out our group photo and the comments. And if you scroll on my FB wall, you will see dozens of more pictures that participants shared!

Second, we have a compiled a wonderful piece of document which lists down all the SQL Server performance counters and their availability in SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012 and 2014. A nice document that can sit on your desktop. If you have anything to do with SQL Server, you should have it. And this is our small gift :) Download it here! Also share this document with everyone you know, on all your social channels!

Third, block your calendar for January 17, 2015. is coming with SQL Server Day events pan-India. Our core team is charged up! Delhi NCR, Bangalore & Hyderabad will see & witness our awesome events, yet again! More details coming soon, just keep the date blocked for time being!

That’s it for now. Hope the mail was short and crisp! Good bye and enjoy life with your precious ones!

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