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In WOxPod!, episode # 009 – “Ayman El-Ghazali” – Today we have an interview with Ayman El-Ghazali, a SQL Server expert and Microsoft PFE that is quickly rising in the SQL Server community both here, and around the world.[divider]
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Today we have an interview with Ayman El-Ghazali, a SQL Server expert and Microsoft PFE that is quickly rising in the SQL Server community both here, and around the world.
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We are back from SQL Saturday in Philadelphia where we got a chance to sit with a few different people in the SQL Server community and conduct interviews to help let you get to know them even better as real people, not just a speaker at the front of the room or a voice behind a webcast.
This time we got the chance to catch up with our friend Ayman El-Ghazali. We had a great time just chatting about things and are excited to share this interview.
Ayman is always a lot of fun to get together with, and we constantly harp on each other in fun ways. You may even find it a few time in this interview. Regardless of all that, we did have some great conversation points about the SQL Server community and how it has such a strong impact on how we all have gotten to where we are.
So, let’s jump right in to the interview because it is all worth hearing…
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