I've been doing a little digging and inviting folks for interviews, and I'm getting close with a few, so I thought I'd open it up to you…
Who should we interview?
This is a sequel of sorts of a previous blog post:
Here is who I think we should interview…
1. Inderjeet Singh Jaggi
Inderjeet has been with us for quite awhile, he has 44 Wiki articles, and he's an MVP! Why haven't we interviewed him??? Why? WHYYYY????
Here's a recent example:
2. Mohammad Nizamuddin
With 38 articles, Mohammad needs an interview!
Here's an example:
3. Saad Mahmood
Saad is an MVP for Windows Development:
Saad has contributed 32 articles! Example:
Syed has 18 articles and won 3 Guru medals for October 2015.
- Group Messaging For Samsung Gear Using MVC Web API And AngularJS
- Audio, Video and YouTube Video Player in C# Windows Forms
- Master Detail DataGridView C# Winform
Visakh has completed 15 Wiki articles!
- Import a SSIS Project From Catalog Using T-SQL Script – G
- Finding SSIS Packages having References to a Table or Column – G
- Random SSRS Musings 1 : Rowset Concatenation Using Native SSRS Expressions – G
- Behavioral Difference of IIf Function in T-SQL Compared To SSRS – G
- Random SSRS Musings 2 : Simulating NOT IN and NOT LIKE Functionality In SSRS Filter Expressions – G
Chilberto completed 11 articles.
- Azure Service Bus Messaging with Queues using Sessions
- XML Document SelectNodes() vs GetElementsByTagName()
- Securely connecting to Azure ServiceBus using WebClient and OAuth WRAP
7. Alex Mang
Alex has authored 6 articles and has won multiple Guru awards!
8. Sergey Vdovin
He's published 6 quality articles. Here are some examples:
Am I missing anyone? And if anyone else has had a big impact on the Wiki like these folks, you can also request an interview.
Please note that we do one interview a week, and we'll publish them first come, so yours might be a few weeks out, but if it gets really backlogged, we'll double up a few weeks.
Thanks in advance!
– Ninja Ed