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Ahmedabad Community Tech Days- 3rd October-Rocks!!!

Last Saturday 3rd October. Ahmedabad .NET user group and Microsoft has organize the Microsoft Community Techdays. It was superb and well organized event thanks to Dhola Mahesh,Pinal Dave and Jacob Sebastian. We had four blasting session of Vinod Kumar, Pinal Dave, Jacob Sebastian and Prabhjot Singh Bakshi.

The first session was from vinod kumar on Microsoft Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010. Though he is sql server guy and very well known for his site. www.extremeexperts.com he has decided to take session for Microsoft Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010. The session was full of information and we have seen some of advance features of Microsoft upcoming operating system Windows 7 and new version of Microsoft Office 2010.

After that we went for the lunch and then followed by two sql server sessions from the Pinal Dave and Jascob Sebastian. Pinal Dave has taken session on SQL server Index and it was very useful session for any person related with software development. All the SQL Server index features is presented and he explains that where we should implement index and where we should not implement index for the better performance of queries through simples examples.

Then we have back to back session from Jacob Sebastian on the SQL Server errors . The session of awesome. I had never got such details explanation of the sql server error messages. He explained the best practices to write error handling code in sql server. Through it was session about error which every programmer hate it nobody was moved from his seat.

Then we had a tea break for 15 mins and after that Prabhjot Singh Bakshi has taken session on .NET Framework. The session was excellent and even advance concept was explain by simples examples. So overall it was great event and I enjoyed each and every session. Once again thanks for all the mentor of Ahmedabad .NET user group and Microsoft for organizing such events.

For more details about the event and photographs please visit following links.

http://blogs.sqlxml.org/vinodkumar/archive/2009/10/05/a-bad-ug-ctd-and-gandhi-ashram.aspx

http://blog.sqlauthority.com/2009/10/05/sqlauthority-news-community-techdays-in-ahmedabad-a-successful-event/

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