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I've been quite busy this month, but here are the August updates..

Hello World! 
I'm writing here after some weeks. This month, I've been busy with a new project, I'll write about it soon.
August is about to end. Let's see what happened great this month!


1. Featured on TechNet Wiki
The article Developing a Recommender Solution with Azure Machine Learning was featured on the TechNet Wiki blog.



2. Microsoft Azure Technical Guru - July 2015
As you know, I'm working lots of Big Data these days and last month I wrote an article demonstrating the user of Azure HDInsight to analyze Twitter feeds.
Well, this article was selected for the TechNet wiki awards and I won the gold medal! :)






3. C# Corner July 2015 Monthly Winner
Recently, I've also been contributing to the C# Corner community and  was selected as part of the July Monthly Winners.



4. Featured twice on C# Corner
I also had 2 articles featured on the C# Corner homepage this month,
Please find all the featured articles here.

5. Training Training...
I've also been attending 2 training with IBM tools this month.
The first one was DB2 Administration and the second one was with the new version of DataStage Parallel.
This enhanced my Database/BI skills and is really great working with several tools with several vendors on the market.

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