A Quick Glance at the Year 2011
Irrespective of which role we are in, some amount of management experience is essential as we go higher up the ladder and I have gained sufficient understanding of the management aspects based on my last 6 months of journey and I believe it is sufficient for folks at my level of experience in the industry.
I strongly believe that, learning is a continuous process and there is no end to it. We learn something new every day be it technical or non technical. In the coming days, I will focus more on the technology side and try my best to share my learning’s with the community.
Sharing is a very important aspect of learning. Learning is of no use if we do not share our learning with others. Sharing knowledge with others offers great benefits like opportunity to connect with people, learning from their experiences, and also learning new things based on the interactions made as part of sharing and much more.
As part of the sharing exercise, I have delivered few trainings/sessions within the organization on SQL Server, Query Processing, T-SQL, SSAS, & SSRS etc. It was an exciting and a wonderful experience. Will try my best and continue to contribute towards trainings/sessions and anyone interested can contact me through my blog and I will be happy to help you get started 🙂
Blogging is another way to learn and share, and I have been doing quite a bit of blogging though it got slowed down towards the end of the year. I have written quite a few articles on the new features of Denali and have started posting short tips at JustLearned on BeyondRelational.com and have submitted a couple of articles on MSSQLtips.com. I plan to continue to blog and at a more increased pace by publishing articles more frequently and participating more and more on forums etc.
Here is a list of all the tips and articles that I have written during 2011 both on this blog and also on external SQL Server Community Websites.
All in all, it has been a wonderful year with an increased amount of activity compared to previous year. Looking forward to a new year with lot of learning, fun and excitement!!