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Rushabh Mehta

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Board Members at the 2009 PASS Summit in Seattle

This blog post is part of a series of regular PASS updates to the community that I will be posting on the main PASS Blog and will cross post here.

It feels like eternity, yet only 6 weeks back the PASS community came together in Seattle for yet another exciting summit. The educational content was cutting edge and the company comprised of who's who of the Microsoft SQL Server world. This year's summit certainly did not fail to excite and rejuvenate everyone who attended.


The PASS board and the terrific team at HQ worked extremely hard all year to build the community at large and support various community initiatives. The summit was a time for the entire team to reach into the community, to  receive input on how they had done so far and what they should do moving forward. Although the summit itself was demanding, it was also a time to celebrate successes.


As we went through the pictures from the summit, we found this collection of amazing pictures of our board members. We hope you enjoy them as well.

Published Wednesday, December 16, 2009 1:58 PM by RMehta



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About RMehta

Rushabh is an Independent Consultant and a Business Intelligence Mentor for Solid Quality Mentors. He has been the lead architect for many large scale and complex Business Intelligence solutions for large enterprise clients such as Publix, Raymond James Financials, Jackson Hewitt, Checkers and most recently on a multi-terabyte Health Services solution for the US Department of Defense. Additionally, he has been a mentor for a large number of client such as Veterans Health Administration, Intuit,, Cymer, Navy Medical Center, Talbots, FM Global and Sunoco. Rushabh is also a BI trainer and has taught BI courses in countries around the world. Through his work experience, Rushabh has been instrumental in creating multiple best-practices in the implementation of the BI technologies. Rushabh also serves on the Board of The Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) as the President. Rushabh is also a SQL Server MVP and a frequent speaker at large conferences as well as PASS Chapters around the world.
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