September has finally arrived, traditionally a strong month for TechNet Guru contributions.
Maybe it is because our professionals have returned from a well deserved Summer break refreshed and inspired?
Maybe it’s because they have had some quality time to think of something good to contribute?
Also it is common for this time of year to bring in some new authors. New contenders! New legends!
Could that be you? Do you want some accolade or acknowledgement that you “know your stuff” ?
TechNet Guru winners can go on to be MVPs and high profile technical evangelists within the Microsoft community and work place!
All you have to do is add an article to TechNet Wiki from your own specialist field. Something that fits into one of the categories listed on the submissions page. Copy in your own blog posts, a forum solution, a white paper, or just something you had to solve for your own day’s work today.
Drop us some nifty knowledge, or superb snippets, and become MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY GURU OF THE MONTH!
This is an official Microsoft TechNet recognition, where people such as yourselves can truly get noticed!
HOW TO WIN
1) Please copy over your Microsoft technical solutions and revelations to TechNet Wiki.
2) Add a link to it on THIS WIKI COMPETITION PAGE (so we know you’ve contributed)
3) Every month, we will highlight your contributions, and select a “Guru of the Month” in each technology.
If you win, we will sing your praises in blogs and forums, similar to the weekly contributor awards. Once “on our radar” and making your mark, you will probably be interviewed for your greatness, and maybe eventually even invited into other inner TechNet/MSDN circles!
Winning this award in your favoured technology will help us learn the active members in each community.
August’s entries are still with the judges, but below are July’s mighty Small basic winners!
|Small Basic Technical Guru – July 2016|
|Nonki Takahashi||Small Basic: Sample Code||Ed Price: “Very helpful resource for finding what you’re looking for! Thanks!”|
|Deva||Video: Installing, running Microsoft SmallBasic in Azure Cloud @ Azure DevTestLabs||Ed Price: “Excellent video!”|
|Nonki Takahashi||Small Basic Sample: Directories||Ed Price: “It’s cool to see how to do this. It would benefit from an explanation. Great See Also links!”
Michiel Van Hoorn: “Interesting scripting possibility for OS file directories. Not sure if one should to this with Small Basic but it is at least possible.”
Small and Basically basic,
– Ninja Ed