Milestone after 100 articles in Microsoft technology:

Thursday, March 26, 2009 |

I am glad that I have just finished 100 articles of SQL Server and Microsoft technology. It has been really great pleasure that I have received an honor to write something about Microsoft technology and cherry on the Ice-Cream is that, community people gave me warm welcome in this direction.

When I see log of my blog I get more and more energy by seeing that MY blog is being accessed from so many countries. A person whom I don’t know and s/he doesn’t know me is reading my blog and getting little help, is really a very good fruit of my work in the community.

I am working in IT industry since last 8+ years but started writing the blog regularly few months back. The person who inspired me to write the blogs are Mr. Pinal Dave of (very great and kind guy along with outstanding knowledge of SQL-Server) and another one is Mr. Bihag Thaker (one of my very good friend and my companion in IT as well as in Music). I really want to THANKS both of them. Thank you very much for all the encouragement you gave me. They always show me right direction and criticize me as well, whenever it is needed.

As I have completed my 100 article today, I thought to find which article are very popular in my blog so I am listing top 10 article from my blog which got very good response from community.

Image store in SQL Server 2005 and retrieve it in application with C#

Where and Having clause in SQL Server

DDL Trigger in SQL Server 2005

Difference between Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and 2008

Complete reference of SQL Server JOIN

Empty all table or Delete all data from all table with sp_msforeachtable

For Linked Server

Session variable in SQL Server

Difference between SET and SELECT

Convert string to propercase

After getting very warm welcome to the community, I have decided to help community more so I have joined forum today.

Reference: Ritesh Shah
Note: Microsoft Books online is a default reference of all articles but examples and explanations prepared by Ritesh Shah, founder of


Bihag said...

This was Good milestone to achieve. But, I wish that you keep achieving these kinds of milestones onwards also. So, please keep writing…..!