Winners of PowerPack Challenge 2009

Susan has posted the resuls of the PowerGUI scripting contest we had last month and it was so intense that we ended up with 5 winners instead of 3!

So, without further ado… let me open this envelope… and announce that the winners are… 😉

Most Active Participant ($1000 Amazon certificate) – Adam Murray – IIS7 Powerpack.

Second Most Active Participant ($500 Amazon certificate) – Shannon Ma – NetPoint PowerPack for Windows Management

Best PowerPack ($1000 Amazon certificate) – Alan Renouf – Virtu-Al.Net VMware Virtual Infrastructure / vSphere scripts

Honorable Mention and $250 Amazon certificates:

If you are one of the winners (congratulations!) you will get contacted shortly with details on how you will be able to get the prize.

The competition this year was increadibly intense and all the winning PowerPacks are just great and well worth checking out.

5 Responses to “Winners of PowerPack Challenge 2009”

  1. 1 Jane Rimmer December 2, 2009 at 1:16 pm

    Well done Alan and well deserved!

  2. 2 Tom Howarth December 2, 2009 at 1:39 pm

    Congratulations the the honourable Frenchman, Monsoiur Renouf, spend that voucher wisely my friend.

  3. 3 atics December 13, 2009 at 1:50 pm

    well done and congrats !

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