Overall Winners of the Scripting Games

Congratulations to our top winners, determined by our expert judges (and in this case we also considered their CrowdScores), mikefrobbins and taygibb, who have just won a free pass to Microsoft TechEd Europe or Microsoft TechEd North America 2014. Instructions are in your profile for claiming your prize. It is transferrable, but must be claimed/transferred by the end of July.

Congratulations to our top voters/commenters, Klaus_Schulte and Poshsg0606. They were chosen randomly for this award, although I did review their comments and scores to ensure they were all meaningful and consistent. They’ve won free passes to the PowerShell Summit North America 2014; these are transferrable and must be claimed/transferred by the end of July.

Thanks to everyone who participated in The Scripting Games this year. We’ve received a lot of feedback from you, and very much appreciate the time and spirit you spent to offer it. We’re taking it all into consideration for our next event.

About Don Jones

Don Jones is a Windows PowerShell MVP, author of several Windows PowerShell books (and other IT books), Co-founder and President/CEO of PowerShell.org, PowerShell columnist for Microsoft TechNet Magazine, PowerShell educator, and designer/author of several Windows PowerShell courses (including Microsoft's). Power to the shell!

8 thoughts on “Overall Winners of the Scripting Games

  1. Klaus_Schulte

    Congratulations to all winners and to all participants and of course to everybody engaged in this year’s games! It was a great event and we learned a lot!

    Letting the crowd score is a great idea and It should have helped every judge in getting the work done.

    Thank you very much for the price: A free pass to the PowerShell Summit North America 2014

    But even if I would like to be there very much … it is rather unlikely that I can make it there.:-(
    If i would live “close by” it might be no problem, but Dortmund (Germany) to Washington (North America) is not “close by”, I’m afraid.

    As the price is transferrable, I have to ask, how we probably could do it …
    Thanks a lot anyway
    Klaus (Schulte)

    1. BY_AZPOSH

      If you are for sure looking for a home for this ticket, I am planning to go next year anyway.

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  3. Mike F Robbins

    Consider giving it to the next person with the highest number of crowd score votes. I know in previous years if a person couldn’t attend TechEd, the ticket automatically went to the next person in line.

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