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About me

I am Taiob Ali
Microsoft Data Platform MVP

During my last 15 years, I worked with the Microsoft Data Platform and MongoDB both on-premises and cloud. My experience includes three major business sectors: financial industry, e-commerce, and healthcare.

I have hands-on experience in managing large database projects, including massive data migration, intricate process design, testing and deployment, performance tuning, long term capacity planning.

I am currently working at an investment management firm as Data Solutions Manager and focusing on automation, improving, and streamlining operational workflow. I am also working on planning, preparing, and migrating the data platform to the cloud. I am a regular speaker at local and virtual chapters, Data Saturdays, and Azure conferences. I am a board member of the New England SQL Server User Group, founder of ‘Database Professionals Virtual Meetup Group’, and organizer of Boston Data Saturday.


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