MSSQLTips.com Author and Rookie of 2017
2017 was an exciting year on MSSQLTips.com with a dedicated team of authors and community searching for solutions to their SQL Server problems. In 2017, there were 25 authors that distinguished themselves and qualified for either the Author of the Year or the Rookie of the Year. To qualify for the Author of the Year, the team member had to contribute at least 10 published tips in 2017. To qualify for the Rookie of the Year, the team member had to be a new author in 2017 and contribute at least 5 tips published in 2017. The authors below qualified for these awards.
- Author of the Year Contenders
- Rookie of the Year Contenders
Based on the community voting for Author of the Year and Rookie of the Year, we are pleased to announce the 2017 winners.
All of these authors deserve significant recognition for all of their contributions and we encourage all of the authors to take it to the next level to provide the community with even more beneficial content.
On behalf of the community, we would like to congratulate Siddharth, Aaron and all the authors that qualified for these awards. All of the author contributions are valued by the community and we look forward to many more contributions by all of our authors and all new 2018 authors. "Thank you" on behalf of the global SQL Server community.
Please take some time to congratulate and thank these authors for their contributions to the SQL Server community.
The MSSQLTips.com Team
P.S. We are already in search of the 2018 Rookie and Author of the Year. If you are interested in joining the MSSQLTips.com Author Team, please click here to get started.
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