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Scripting Games Event 1 Winners

We're pleased to announce the winners for Event 1 of The Scripting Games 2013!

Winners: You can log into The Scripting Games Web site and go to your Profile page to see your prize. You will be given a prize redemption code and either a URL where you can redeem it, or an e-mail address of the prize provider (they will need the redemption code). All prizes must be claimed by the end of July 2013. I will list winners by username; if you used your e-mail address as your username, then a portion of that will be truncated for your privacy. Anyone can log in and check their Profile page to see if they've won a prize.

  • Event 1 Beginner First Place (free ebook from Manning): taygibb
  • Event 1 Beginner Second Place (free video training from Interface Technical Training): alvaroBT
  • Event 1 Beginner Third Place (free year of Phoneominal service from Start-Automating): Novice
  • Event 1 Advanced First Place (free ebook from Manning): mikefrobbins
  • Event 1 Advanced Second Place (free video training from Interface Technical Training): Toni
  • Event 1 Advanced Third Place (free year of Phoneominal service from Start-Automating): lido
  • Event 1 Beginner Top CrowdScore (free ebook from Manning): taygibb
  • Event 1 Advanced Top CrowdScore (free ebook from Manning): mikefrobbins
  • CrowdScore Voter (free month of video training from Interface Technical Training): kirkaldrin
  • CrowdScore Voter (free month of video training from Interface Technical Training): KmTatar
  • CrowdScore Voter (free ebook from Manning): Klaus_Schulte
  • CrowdScore Voter (free ebook from Manning): Daniel
  • CrowdScore Voter ($50 Gift Certificate from SAPIEN Technologies): theotherkidd@__.com

Congratulations to all of our winners! Note that our top three prizes in each category were awarded by our Mighty Panel of Celebrity Judges. Each judge nominated a first, second, and third place winner from the entries that our expert commentators identified as "best." Those nominations were compiled, and in the event of a tie the earliest entry was deemed winner (that didn't happen, actually). I'm mildly surprised that our community voting identified the same top scripters in each track - the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-place award process didn't factor in the CrowdScore at all.

 

 

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  1. Congratulations to the winners of event 1. I'm looking forward to testing some more of event 2 once i'm back in work tomorrow, i threw up a quick 2K Pro VM on the HyperV cluster to do a proper test.

    Don, the leaderboard currently lists email usernames in their full glory. I'm sure it's a quick one to sort out.

    • Ah, poo. Wish people hadn't done that. Yeah, let me throw the regex in there.

  2. Hello All,

    I don't know the rule for the scripting game.
    Please suggest me how can I play game?

    Thanks.

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