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MSSQLTips Author Voting

Directions: Select the Author of the Year in the left column and the Rookie of the Year in the right column then press the "Submit" button to cast your vote. NOTE - One vote per day per IP address. Voting ends December 31, 2018 @ 11:59pm ET.

2017 Winners | 2016 Winners | 2015 Winners | 2014 Winners



Make your selections by each authors name (one Author and one Rookie) and click submit.

    


Author of the Year

Eligibility = 10+ tips published in 2018.

author of the year candidate
Rick Dobson has been contributing SQL Server DBA and Development tips since 2011, with a recent focus on financial and data science topics. In 2018, Rick was awarded the MSSQLTips Rising Star.
author of the year candidate
Mohammed Moinudheen has contributed 35+ tips on Azure, replication, in-memory OLTP, database administration and more. Mohammed has been recognized as an 2016 MSSQLTips Trendsetter.
author of the year candidate
Pablo Echeverria has delivered 15+ tips on SQL Server Database Administration topics such as PowerShell, Monitoring, Configurations, Daily Operations and more.
author of the year candidate
Nat Sundar was recognized as the 2016 MSSQLTips Rookie of the Year with 35+ tips on Integration Services, Power BI, Reporting Services, Data Science and more.
author of the year candidate
Rajendra Gupta has been sharing SQL Server Database Administration tips since 2011. Rajendra has been digging into SQL Server 2017, Operations Studio, Management Studio and has contributed 85+ tips. In 2017 he was recognized as a MSSQLTips Achiever.
author of the year candidate
Scott Murray has shown passion for crafting simple and practical Business Intelligence (SSRS, SSAS, SSIS) solutions with 140+ tips since 2012. He was recognized as the 2015 MSSQLTips Author of the Year. In 2016, Scott was awarded the MSSQLTips Champion Award.
author of the year candidate
Eli Leiba started writing clever DBA tips and scripts in 2011. He has contributed 40+ tips to help the community. In 2017, Eli was recognized as an MSSQLTips Trendsetter.
author of the year candidate
Ameena Lalani has focused her tips on SQL Server Upgrades, Temporal Tables, Change Data Capture and Change Tracking to help the community.
author of the year candidate
Siddharth Mehta has been writing tips for MSSQLTips since 2009. He has contributed 135+ tips about Power BI, SSAS, SSRS, SSIS, MDS and was recognized with the Achiever Award and Author of the Year in 2017. He has also authored several Business Intelligence
author of the year candidate
John Miner has been helping the community with tips on SQL Azure and Power BI and more since 2015. John was recognized as a 2017 MSSQLTips Trendsetter.
author of the year candidate
Daniel Farina has a number of tricks up his sleeve to help fellow SQL Server DBAs. Whether you are looking for down to earth solutions or pushing the envelope, Daniel's 90+ tips can help you. Daniel is a 2017 Achiever.
author of the year candidate
Manvendra Singh has contributed 100+ tips on SQL Server Database Administration, Management Studio, Security, AlwaysOn, Interview Questions and more. Manvendra has been recognized as an 2018 MSSQLTips Champion.
author of the year candidate
Aaron Bertrand has been an author on MSSQLTips since 2010 with 130+ tips on SQL Server 2019, design, development and performance tuning topics. In 2016, Aaron was recognized as a MSSQLTips Champion and Author of the Year.
author of the year candidate
Jeffrey Yao was recognized as the 2014 MSSQLTips Rookie of the Year. He has delivered 60+ ingenious tips on PowerShell, database administraion, security and more.
author of the year candidate
Tim Smith is a Developer with 130+ tips on PowerShell, T-SQL, Imports\Exports, Stored Procedures, Admin, Security and more. Tim was recognized as a 2017 MSSQLTips Champion.
author of the year candidate
Koen Verbeeck was recognized as the 2014 MSSQLTips Author of the Year. He has contributed 130+ tips on SSIS, SSRS, SSAS, MDS, R and more. Koen has been recognized as an MSSQLTips 2017 Champion.
Rookie of the Year

Eligibility = First tip published in 2018 with 5+ tips published.

rookie of the year candidate
Nai Biao Zhou is a Senior Software Developer specializing in Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Data Mining and solution architecture design.
rookie of the year candidate
Maria Zakourdaev has been working with SQL Server for more than 15 years and also manages other database technologies such as MySQL, Postgresql, Redis, RedShift, CouchBase and ElasticSearch.
rookie of the year candidate
Alejandro Cobar is an MCP, SQL Server DBA and Developer with 10+ years of experience working in a variety of environments.
rookie of the year candidate
Jayendra Viswanathan has been delivering tips on database design, indexing and development (MERGE, CTEs, etc.).
rookie of the year candidate
Esat Erkec has been helping the global SQL Server community with how to tips on Azure and Power BI.
rookie of the year candidate
John Martin has contributed valuable tips on Azure and Security to help the Microsoft Data Platform Professionals around the globe.
rookie of the year candidate
Nisarg Upadhyay is a SQL Server Database Administrator and Microsoft certified professional contributing 10+ tips on SSIS and best practices.
rookie of the year candidate
Joe Gavin is a SQL Server from Greater Boston focusing on Azure, Health Checks and more.
rookie of the year candidate
Eduardo Pivaral has been delivering tips related to SQL Server Reporting Services, Monitoring and T-SQL development.
rookie of the year candidate
Dinesh Asanka has been delivering tips related to SQL Server Data Warehousing design, date dimensions, loading, indexing and more.
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