I am Varun R, Founder of SQLINFO and a person who loves SQL Server. I started my      career in June 2008 as a junior database developer. Now I have 9+  years of experience in SQL Server development and administration. Currently I  work with a Fortune 500 Company as a SQL Server Consultant.Previously I was with  Allianz and Orion India Systems Cochin as a SQL Server DBA. In Orion, I was  part of the ORTIA – A group of Orion Technology Experts.

I hold bachelor’s degree in computer science (B.E) from Anna University. After completing  college I entered  database field and achieved Microsoft Certifications – MCITP – Database Administration as part of my career.

The inspiration behind starting SQLINFO was a craze to   blog.sqlauthority.com by Pinal Dave. In First stage of SQLINFO I tried to copy blog.sqlauthority.com but later I understood that I need a different approach to help the people and share my knowledge. I started this blog in 2009 when I was working with TNGiCUBE. I will say that success of SQLINFO in simple  but greatest words of our Mahatma Gandhi “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”

My key expertise lies in database development, administration, performance tuning, security and what more – all things related to SQL Server. I had very good exposure in optimizing Very large databases in SQL Server. I had worked with Microsoft Consultants and Implemented Multi-tenant database Architecture for fortune 500 clients.

What I want to say about my hobbies, it is not the hobbies it is gaining knowledge from  Indian philosophers, reading Advaitha philosophy books and my aim is to become a person who is always be happy & helping others without expecting any benefits. After understanding the great Indian philosophy I came to know that “Energy can be neither be created nor be destroyed but can be changed from one form to another – Albert Einstein” is same what Krishna told in Bhagavad Gita.

I am providing SQL Server consultation in my holidays and free time. If you have any SQL Server related issues please feel free to contact me on varun_dba@hotmail.com.


2 thoughts on “ABOUT ME

  1. Hi,
    I have few doubts on Sql server

    1. What is the total number of columns in a table
    2. why we are having only one Clustered index.


  2. Hi Nideesh,

    1.What is the total number of columns in a table
    you can have 1024 Columns in a base table.
    2. why we are having only one Clustered index.
    In SQL Server Data is stored in Data Page.When you create a clustered index on a table,
    the data is stored and sorted based on the Clustered key. So you cannot have more than one clustered index on a table.Refer http://www.sqlinfo.in/2010/07/heap-clustered-nonclustered/ Please put your quereis in the Posts.

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