Nakul Vachhrajani is a SAFe 5.0 Agilist, SAFe 4.0 Practitioner, Product Owner (PMPO), TOGAF 9 certified Technical Architect, Microsoft Certified Professional and systems development professional with Capgemini having a total IT experience of more than 15 years. He has more than a decade of dedicated experience on Data Quality, Data Management and Database Administration. He has a comprehensive grasp on data migrations to Salesforce.com, and product development, implementation and sustenance (including handling of production support escalations) on products using MS SQL Server and C, C++, Visual C++/C#.
Nakul is the author of 12 technical articles on database technologies (published worldwide in edited journals & communities) and 3 whitepapers (one of which has been published nationwide). Nakul is an active blogger (400+ blogs on http://nakulvachhrajani.com, also syndicated on ToadWorld – a software community by Dell), and can also be found on forums at SQLServerCentral and Experts-Exchange. He has been a guest columnist for SQLAuthority.com and SQLServerCentral.com. He has also presented a webcast in Microsoft Virtual Tech Days and is a speaker at multiple local user group events.
In addition to his passion about SQL Server, Nakul also contributes to the academia out of personal interest. He visits various colleges and universities as an external faculty to judge project activities being carried out by the students.
When not working occupied with work, Nakul likes to spend time with his family. His hobbies include travelling, listening to music and reading till late into the night.
Specialties: Microsoft SQL Server – Administration, Development, Data Quality & Data Management, migration of on-premise SQL Server data to Salesforce.com
Product Development, Sustenance & escalation management in an agile environment
A list of all my publications is available on my LinkedIn Profile.
- LinkedIn: https://in.linkedin.com/pub/nakul-vachhrajani/33/306/368
- Twitter: @sqltwins
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed herein are his own personal opinions and do not represent his employer’s view in anyway.