Small Basic Authors take some titles in the Top 20 TechNet Guru Award Winners


Logo05_WhiteBorders

So it looks like once upon a time, I wrote this blog post:

Kamlesh recently followed it up with a much better version (and up to date):

 

Anyway, in the new version, Nonki and I (the top two Small Basic Wiki contributors) both scored very well on the ranking…

Top 3 Gold medalist are,

  1. Andy ONeill with 27 Gold
  2. Mr X with 25 Gold
  3. Nonki Takahashi with 20 Gold.

There, we see that Nonki took the third place overall of Gold Medals! That’s quite an accomplishment from a monthly competition that’s been going on for four or so years (and still continues).

Top 3 total count of medals are the same name but only positions are different, and those are,

  1. Mr X with total 61 Medals
  2. Nonki Takahashi with total 56 Medals
  3. Andy ONeill with total 46 Medals

Nonki moves to 2nd place in overall medals!

And Nonki and I both ranked in the Top 10 in Gold Guru Medals…

Place Profile Gold Medals Silver Medals Bronze Medals Total Medals
1
Andy ONeill
27
13
6
46
2
Mr X
25
17
19
61
3
Nonki Takahashi
20
21
15
56
4
Emiliano Musso
16
8
2
26
5
Steef-Jan Wiggers
15
9
9
33
6
Magnus (MM8)
15
8
1
24
7
Ed Price – MSFT
14
8
6
28
8
Richard Mueller
13
5
2
20
9
Chervine
12
4
0
16
10
Durval Ramos
11
10
2
23

 

So a big congrats goes out to Nonki for such a major impact on the Guru awards, TechNet Wiki, and Small Basic!

 

This blog post is Small and Basically done,

  • Ninja Ed

Turtle_Grad

Comments (3)

  1. YLed says:

    Congratulations to all these gold medals, and more particularly to Ed and Nonki who pilot the Small Basic blog and the forum. Their dedication to the cause of learning programming is exemplary.
    Regarding me, I look forward, a distant day in the Galaxy, to win my first gold medal. ! 🙂

    1. Thanks, Yled! Future you will be glad to win a Small Basic Guru Gold Medal! =^)

  2. Thank you, Ed and YLed.

Skip to main content