The Microsoft Small Basic Guru Award Winners (November 2014)


Nonki and I battled it out last month in the Small Basic Guru Awards!

Here are the results…

 

Guru Award Small Basic Technical Guru – November 2014  

Gold Award Winner

 

Ed Price – MSFT Small Basic Student Testimonies RZ: “WOW! This is fantastic list. It’s very encouraging for everyone to read this!”
Michiel Van Hoorn: “This is very very interesting as inspiration for fun ideas in every age category. Also very valuable if your are preparing for teaching kids.”

Silver Award Winner

 

Nonki Takahashi Small Basic: Capitalization Conventions RZ: “Many new learners (especially children) don’t distinguish the difference between upper and lower cases. This is a great way to not only introduce that concept but also explain how to do the conversation.”
Michiel Van Hoorn: “Fundemental reading stuff for the beginning programmer. Learn to do this right in the beginnen and enjoy it forever! Great explanation”

Bronze Award Winner

 

Nonki Takahashi Small Basic: IntelliSense RZ: “A great way to introduce new learners to the concept of IntelliSense.”
Michiel Van Hoorn: “We take intellisense too much for granted. Learn to love it and you do not do without it. “

Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

  

   

Hopefully we will see you in December 2014’s listings?

   – Ninja Ed

Comments (2)

  1. Congratulations Ed!  And thank you for sharing this.

  2. Thanks Nonki! And thanks to your continued dedication for helping us build out the Small Basic content library on TechNet Wiki!

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