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Sharing my knowlege about SQL Server Troubleshooting Skills

select * from SQL_World where name = ‘Balmukund’


My name is Balmukund and after working about a decade with SQL Server I thought that I should start sharing my knowledge via WordPress Blog. I have been blogging on http://blogs.msdn.com/blakhani and written many blogs there. Currently I am working with Microsoft SQL Server Support team as Support Escalation Engineer (AlwaysOn SME) and helping customer to solve their toughest SQL Server Problems. I have given various presentation on SQL Server Technology which includes Tech.Ed India 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014. I am active participant in MSDN forums for SQL Server, helped various faceless SQL Server Users.

On personal front, I am living in Bangalore, India with my beautiful wife and sweet daughter.

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6 Responses to “select * from SQL_World where name = ‘Balmukund’”

  1. DEsipm said

    Hi Guys, there is the photo of my old and new Database design when i start working on it.

    https://skydrive.live.com/redir.aspx?cid=cdc59b233f2acd53&resid=CDC59B233F2ACD53!179

    plz have a look and tell me what do i lack…

    best regards

  2. anjan said

    Please upload
    virtualtechdays session.
    HighAvailability–A story fromPast to Future

  3. Sajish said

    Is MS11-049 vulnarability included on SP1 for SQL Server 2008 R2 & is it documented?

  4. avinash reddy munnangi said

    great job done by you sir thank you so much for sharing your knowledge for folks

  5. BS Ganesh Babu said

    Very useful site with details on how to address specific problems

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