SQL Server Bloggers



This is your opportunity to be recognized as a SQL Server expert. This is an opportunity to contribute back to the SQL Server community. This is an opportunity to win accolades from the SQL Server community and thousands of visitors that we get every day. May be, it’s the beginning of you being recognized as a star

We give you the opportunity to write articles. We give you the opportunity to create your own blog space with us. Our existing authors and mentors will get you started and will help you wherever you need our assistance. We will help you all the way to bring out the writer in you.


We are one of the fastest growing SQL server communities globally; our portal hosts contents from SQL Server professionals & industry experts in various forms like articles and blogs. Writing with us allows you to expose your expertise and practical experience on SQL Server & Business Intelligence platform. This is your gateway to recognition & fame, not only from the SQL Server world-wide community, but also from Microsoft. And yes, there are a plethora of benefits that are offered to you when you write with us. For example, our authors are the first choice to be speakers at our virtual and in-person events. If you are a new blogger, our experts team helps you get started and guides you along the way.

As an author with us, you can either have your own blog space with us where you can write on a regular basis or you can be a guest author where you can write occasionally.

Why not email us and explore this opportunity and get to know all the benefits that come along – write to us today at admin@sqlservergeeks.com. We wait to hear from the author within you.


One Comment on “SQL Server Bloggers”

  1. Hi!

    I am new in MS SQL.
    I want to ask something about query.

    I have a database having a sales for 2014 to 2016.
    I needed to show the data in pivot form.
    Example i have a sales i jan to dec 2014 and 2015

    I want to show the date like this.

    Report Current Year Report Next Year
    Year Jan Feb, Mar . . . Dec Jan Feb, Mar . . . Dec
    2014 100 0 100 100 200 10 0 210
    2015 200 10 0 210 300 100 10 100

    So, as you ca see.
    I have a report for the current year with 2014 and 2015
    but the Report next year will be for 2015 and 2016.

    Can anyone help me please.

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