Samir Behara has a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science and has been part of the IT Industry since he graduated in 2006. He has worked on large-scale enterprise applications involving complex business functions, web integration, and data management in various domains like Insurance, Manufacturing, and Publishing.

Samir builds software solutions using cutting edge technologies. Currently he is working as a Solution Architect in EBSCO Industries, Birmingham, Alabama.

Amidst working in a wide range of technologies – both front end and back end, one thing which has not changed is his love for SQL Server. He is passionate about developing his SQL skills, contributing to the SQL Server community and keeping in pace with the new technologies and advancements. He is the Co-Chapter Lead of the Steel City SQL Server Users Group – which is the Birmingham, AL chapter of PASS.

He is the author of www.dotnetvibes.com

LinkedIn Profile – https://www.linkedin.com/in/samir-behara-78953870

Twitter – https://twitter.com/samirbehara

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Welcome to dotnetvibes!

I have created this site primarily for Developers & would share tips, tricks, new features and information around the latest technologies. The articles will be suited for all levels of developers – beginners to advanced.


The views expressed on this site are 100% my own and do not represent the opinions of any organization or employer.


9 replies

  1. Nice posts sameer. Very helpful and nicely elaborated.

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  2. Hi Samir, I wanted to thank you again for an excellent session at the Chattanooga SQL Saturday this past Saturday! Extremely informative and well taught, for anyone who has not been to one of Samir’s sessions then I highly suggest you go when/if he is at an area near you!

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  3. Hi
    We are planning to migrate DB through flyway from Jenkins. Can you suggest how the scm (GitHub) has to design where different sql scripts and Rollback scripts has to design or organised. Key points to note when framing on this. We need to deploy in a existing DB.


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