New PowerShell MVPs

Two prominent members of the PowerShell community got Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award yesterday:


Joel “Jaykul” Bennett – the creator of the PowerBoots UI library for PowerShell and – the online script repository behind PowerGUI’s Online Search.


Jonathan Noble – a very active member of UK PowerShell Usergroup and TechNet UK IT Professional Community Council, and also one of the co-creators of

MVP award is extremely valuable in the Microsoft world. It is only granted to the individuals who are actively helping the community and are pushing the boundaries of the technology.

And the award is granted for just one year – to keep you motivated if you want to be re-awarded. 😉 Speaking of which quite a few PowerShell folks got re-awarded yesterday as well (naming just those who I know got the award – there are a lot more):

You can find full list of PowerShell MVPs and more information on each of them (luckily I can say “us” ;)) here.

Congratulations to Joel and Jonathan, and everyone who got re-awarded!

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2 Responses to “New PowerShell MVPs”

  1. 1 Vadims Podans July 2, 2009 at 11:39 am

    Joel, Jonathan, congratulations!

  2. 2 Jeffery Hicks July 2, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    Congratulations to Joel, Jonathon and the rest of us who survived another year. Now back to work!

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