March 2017 – TechNet Guru Winners!


All the votes are in! 

 

And below are the results for the TechNet Guru Awards, March 2017 !!!!

 

The TechNet Guru Awards celebrate the technical articles on TechNet, contributed from valued wiki authors like YOU!

Each month, the contributions are scored by a panel of judges (5 per category, 2-3 in each are MS experts), and the winners of each category are showered with love and attention from all corners of TechNet.

See the links at the bottom, to find out more about the competition and how to enter.

 

We have picked the top three highest scored contributions for each category to bestow our awards upon.

The awards are in gold, silver and bronze, the gold obviously being the top winner of the category.

The last column is just a few of the comments judges made during the judging process.

In some cases, we have not obtained permission to use the judges names, so they have been reduced to initials.

 

My fellow wiki ninjas will be digging deeper into some of these articles in this blog series, so watch out for those.

Starting this month you will notice some articles are marked as failing to meet our minimum bar for quality or content.

Any of our judges can exercise their right to veto an article, if they do not feel it meets minimum requirements for a medal.

When this is the case, we will at least give an indication of the reason, so you understand why.

 

A big thank you also to the other authors who did not make the top three of each category.

Some articles only just missed out, so we may be returning to discuss those too, in future blogs.

 

 BizTalk Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Agustín Mántaras BizTalk: PowerShell script to provide high availability for single host instances (FTP,POP3…) TGN: “Nice work Agustin! Keep it up!”
Ed Price: “Agustin, great job on the formatting! The images in the introduction help bring it to life!”
Abhishek Kumar: “Good article and really loved reading it . Will wait for our next read !! keep going”
JS: “Tidy solution to the NLB/Clustering problem.”

 

 Forefront Identity Manager Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Priyaranjan KS Install And Configure Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 SP1 For SharePoint Server 2016 Ed Price: “Wow! The formatting is so clean! Great to have the Reference and See Also links! This is very descriptive, great use of images, and glad to see the PowerShell scripts!”
Maor Bracha: “Very nice article, shedding some light on this taunting feature. Kudos for the great documentation, love it!”

 

 Microsoft Azure Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Abhishek Kumar Secure Logic App endpoint with API Management Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan: “Good write up.”
Gaurav Kumar Arora: “Nice , informative and in-depth article. Grammar need attention.”
Lasse Wedø: “Think this was a good article”
Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Nicely written. Good use of Images. Excellent.”
Eric Berg: “Thank you. Good Work!”
Kia Zhi Tang: “Nice Walkthrough Wiki article. It will great to include a Reference section for external links and a See Also section should be other related Wiki articles as you have mentioned TechNet Wiki has a lot of BizTalk related articles.”
Silver Award Winner

 

Priyaranjan KS Azure Automation : Create and Invoke Azure Runbook using Webhooks from Client Applications Lasse Wedø: “Think this was a good article with real value. Could possibly have a better high-level introduction.”
Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Very informative article. Superbly written.”
Eric Berg: “Thank you for this great contribution. Nice!”
Kia Zhi Tang: “Nice Walkthrough Wiki article with good TOC and Reference section. It will be great to include See Also section with other similar related Wiki articles.”
Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan: “Good topic, but too many images and very little plain-text description. Please consider more text for future posts.”
Gaurav Kumar Arora: “Very detailed article, nice use of images.”
Bronze Award Winner

 

Alexandro Prado Azure: Geographical Comparison Between Microsoft Azure, AWS, and GCP (Late 2016) Kia Zhi Tang: “Very informative Wiki for Public Cloud industry. Hope to see it constantly updated.”
Gaurav Kumar Arora: “Impressive comparison, I found Azure on the top.”
Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Very informative article. Excellent.”
Eric Berg: “Thank you guys. Good work and nice comparison”
Lasse Wedø: “A nice comparison, but I can’t see it bringing any new value”

Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

  • Azure LogicApp Debatching: Splitting Messages and process them separately by Baran Mano
    Eric Berg: “Thank you. Great article.”
    Lasse Wedø: “Could use a better intro and description”
    Kia Zhi Tang: “Nice Wiki article. It will be great to have a Reference section of external LogicApp documentations and a See Also section that has other LogicApp Wiki articles.”
    Gaurav Kumar Arora: “Nice article, need to take of formatting.”
    Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Nicely written article. Good use of images. Please include references and summery next time.”
  • Azure Solution: Problems with sharing data in China? Use Azure way to fix this by Digvijay S Rajawat
    Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Good article. Include references, summery and a see also section next time.”
    Eric Berg: “Thank you for this article”
    Kia Zhi Tang: “Try drafting Wiki article in third person view instead of first person view. Wiki is not a blog and it will be good to have factual Reference section and See Also section on related Wiki articles.”
  • Create a Azure Media Services Application by Sjoukje Zaal
    Kia Zhi Tang: “Good effort for sharing this Wiki article. It will be great if it includes Requirement section, Conclusion/Summary section, Reference section for external documentation links and See Also section of other related Wiki articles.”
    Gaurav Kumar Arora: “Concise and worthwhile write up”
    Lasse Wedø: “A walk through, but I can’t see it bringing any new value”
    Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Good article. Would have added see also and references sections.”
    Eric Berg: “Thank you. For those with less experience with AMS a bit more description of the code would be great”
  • Create a Azure Media Services Account by Sjoukje Zaal
    Kia Zhi Tang: “Good effort for sharing this Wiki article. It will be great if it includes Conclusion/Summary section, Reference section for external documentation links and See Also section of other related Wiki articles.”
    Lasse Wedø: “A walk through, but I can’t see it bringing any new value”
    Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Simple article. Could have provided see also and references.”
    Eric Berg: “Thank you”

 

 Miscellaneous Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Sandeep Shekhawat ASP.NET Core: In-Memory Caching Ed Price: “Amazing! I love the way you break down the code and explain it!”
Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Great article. Nicely organised and well presented with good use of images.”
Silver Award Winner

 

RajeeshMenoth Building ASP.NET Core MVC Application Using EF Core and ASP.NET Core 1.0 Ed Price: “Great job breaking down each section. I love the use of cross-linking articles! A wealth of Reference, download, and See Also links!”
Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Great article. Nicely organised and well presented with good use of images.”
Bronze Award Winner

 

Peter Geelen O365: Admin password recovery options Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Simple article. Nicely written.”
Ed Price: “Short and sweet. Important scenario and great solution!”

Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

  • Node.js With Visual Studio 2017 by Sandeep Shekhawat
    Lasse Wedø: “The Info was ok, good use some work on structure and body”
    Ed Price: “Clear introduction and great steps! Very well broken down. Good to have the References. A See Also section (with Wiki links) would also be good. Great article!”
    Dileepa Kariyawasam: “As always, nicely structured.”
  • Send Email Using ASP.NET CORE 1.1 With MailKit In Visual Studio 2017 by RajeeshMenoth
    Ed Price: “Great breakdown of the information! You’ve got a little bit of everything in here! Also, another home run in Reference, Downloads, and See Also links!”
    Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Nicely written with good graphical interpretation.”
  • Visual Studio 2017 – New Features And Installation by RajeeshMenoth
    Ed Price: “This is great. I love all the details you drill into on this feature explanation! Sometimes we need to start with the basics when we’re learning about the latest Visual Studio version, so I’m glad to see this article!”
    Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Very valuable insights. Nicely organised and well presented with good use of images.”
    Lasse Wedø: “This information is just a copy of other official information”
  • Exchange Activation Preferences and Lag copies are you getting it right? And why it matters… by Joshua Bines
    Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Good article. Use of references and see also section could have improved it.”
    Lasse Wedø: “Although the info is good, the article could use a little work on structure and introduction”
    Ed Price: “Great level of details! I love this line: “If in doubt (crossed out) USE the Exchange Calculator!!” – This article could benefit from headers and a TOC, as well as References and See Also links at the bottom. Great submission!”
  • Getting Started CRUD Operation with AngularJS in MVC by Tarun Kumar Sharma
    Lasse Wedø: “Article starts off good, but at the end it’s just a bunch of code? Would like more explanations.”
    Dileepa Kariyawasam: “Good Article.”
    Ed Price: “Great use of images! It could benefit from tighter code formatting and References links.”

 

 SharePoint 2010 / 2013 Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Priyaranjan KS SharePoint Framework : Exploring the New Development Model John Naguib: “Well Done, excellent job on writing about the new dev model”
Ed Price: “Wow. This is incredibly exhaustive and detailed! Fantastic job on this article! Great to have the References links at the bottom. It could use See Also links to other Wiki articles.”
Malin De Silva: “Simply awesome. Nice and detailed explanations.”
Roman Nedzelsky, MVP: “great article, really nice useful work”
Silver Award Winner

 

Kaviya Enable Custom Script In SharePoint Online Ed Price: “Incredibly helpful scenario! It could benefit from See Also and References sections.”
Malin De Silva: “Very helpful article. Nice explanation.”
John Naguib: “well done, thanks”
Bronze Award Winner

 

Waqas Sarwar SharePoint 2016 Central Admin – System Settings – Manage User Solutions Ed Price: “Love the explanation and images! Could benefit from See Also and References.”
Malin De Silva: “Good article.”
John Naguib: “well done, thanks”

Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

 Small Basic Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Nonki Takahashi Small Basic: Shapes Converter to PowerPoint VBA SYEDSHANU: “Great and Useful one ,Thank you for sharing.”
Ed Price: “I love the cross-product story here! From Small Basic to PowerPoint VBA. That’s fantastic!”
Silver Award Winner

 

Nonki Takahashi Small Basic Sample: Math.Sin, Math.Cos and Math.ArcTan SYEDSHANU: “Simple and Useful code for Mathematics calculation for Small Basic program.Nice to see with sample code.”
Ed Price: “Fantastic. Great snippets! Solid “See Also” section at the end!”
Bronze Award Winner Nonki Takahashi Small Basic Sample: File Path DEVA: “”
SYEDSHANU: “Useful code,Code part explanation is needed.”
Ed Price: “Great sample!”

 

 SQL BI and Power BI Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Priyaranjan KS Create Power BI Reports from JSON Data Exposed by REST Service Visakh16: “A nice article with images to explain how JSON data can be used as a source in Power BI”
Tomaž Kaštrun: “A walk through of using JSON data in Power BI.”
Silver Award Winner

 

Priyaranjan KS Generate Office 365 Health Reports Using Power BI and Office 365 Monitor Visakh16: “A simple article on how office 365 reports can be generated and can be used for analysis”
Tomaž Kaštrun: “Missing some background information. It is just a connecting reports to Power BI and that’s about it.”
Bronze Award Winner

 

Santhakumar Munuswamy Getting Started with SSRS 2016 – Part 4 Visakh16: “A simple walk through of shared data source creation. Though the title says SSRS 2016 based on functionality there’s nothing specific to 2016 being discussed here”
Tomaž Kaštrun: “Getting started guide through article to start working with SSRS; Big missing on the configuration of SSRS (under “how to run a report”); you can present SSRS with the list of files.”

Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

  • Getting Started with SSRS 2016 – Part 5 by Santhakumar Munuswamy
    Tomaž Kaštrun: “Getting started guide through article to start working with SSRS”
    Visakh16: “Another simple one on creating a report using a wizard. Though the title says SSRS 2016 based on functionality there’s nothing specific to 2016 being discussed here.”

 

 SQL Server General and Database Engine Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Priyaranjan KS Working With SQL Server R Services And R Scripts In SQL Server 2016 Ed Price: “That’s an incredible amount of depth you put in this article! I love the “Return to Top” links!”
Ronen Ariely (aka pituach): “Great step-by-step getting started tutorial. Well written and it is explained well. The table uses for the “Demo Walkthrough” presented as image and I did not notice any DDL+DML queries.”
Tomaž Kaštrun: “Walk through how to install R Services and using extended procedure with R.SQL Server Launchpad is dependent on SQL Server, so restarting SQL Server service is enough. Little or no R code.”

 

 System Center Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Simon Dettling Wrapping Mac OS X Apps using CMAppUtil Eric Berg: “Thank you!”
Adam Fowler: “Useful example which should apply to most apps on OS X.”
Joseph Moody: “Great write up! I love the step by step format.”
Ed Price: “In the comments, there are some great suggestions and praises from .paul. ‘Good use of code and imagery. Could benefit from more navigational links.’ “
Silver Award Winner

 

Jeff Venuto Add User Input to Description Field for Incidents from the Portal Joseph Moody: “Very useful and practical!”
Ed Price: “Great formatting. Solid explanations. The birds eye view diagram at the top is very helpful! It could benefit from a TOC, headers, as well as References and See Also sections at the end. Great content!”
Eric Berg: “good work. Thanks”
Adam Fowler: “I can see this being very useful, would be good to see the end result for the user too.”
Bronze Award Winner

 

sridhar vishwanatham SCOM Alert Param Finder Ed Price: “Very clean and clear! Could benefit from Headers, a TOC, Summary, References, and See Also (links to Wiki articles) sections at the end. Good scenario!”
Eric Berg: “Thank you”
Adam Fowler: “Would like to see an example, but can see it’s usefulness. Good to see support for older SCOM versions too.”
Joseph Moody: “Nice explanation for this tool – I especially enjoyed how you explained the script input.”

Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

  • Manually installing the Parallels Mac Management Agent for Configuration Manager by Simon Dettling
    Adam Fowler: “Great clear guide with all relevant screenshots, and useful for smaller companies that can’t justify or don’t have the time to set up PKI infrastructure.”
    Joseph Moody: “Keep up the great work, Simon! Looking forward to seeing additional articles from you.”
    Ed Price: “Good intro and use of images. Could benefit from Summary, References, and See Also (links to Wiki articles) sections at the end.”
    Eric Berg: “Thank you for your contribution. Well done”

 

 Transact-SQL Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Priyaranjan KS Implement Column Level Encryption/Decryption In SQL Server 2016 Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan: “Good example usage of the service.”
Visakh16: “Good explanation of the encryption feature. This is available in earlier versions too and is not something specific to 2016”
Tomaž Kaštrun: “Basic introduction.”
Diederik Krols: “Very well explained. Thanks!”
Ronen Ariely (aka pituach): “Very nice article with good example, but the content is not related to SQL Server 2016 specifically. I think there was no place to mention “view”, which does not related to Encryption, but there was a place to mention “Always Encrypted”, which gives us column level encryption”
Richard Mueller: “Good use of Wiki guidelines. Great example for the demo. More references would help.”
Silver Award Winner

 

Sachin P T-SQL: Common Table Expression(CTE) Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan: “”
Visakh16: “Good presentation of the topic. Though the content is nothing new, the flow of the presentation with good complimentary images is good.”
Tomaž Kaštrun: “Basic introduction to CTE for T-SQL.”
Diederik Krols: “Nice introduction to one of my favorite SQL constructs.”
Ronen Ariely (aka pituach): “Nice article which brings clear explanation.”
Richard Mueller: “A good topic with great uses. A See Also section would help.”

 

 Visual Basic Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Priyaranjan KS Create Business Intelligence Excel Charts Using VBA And Upload it To SharePoint SYEDSHANU: “Nice and useful post,Good to see explanation with images.Thank you for sharing”
Diederik Krols: “Very well explained. Thank you.”
Richard Mueller: “Fantastic images. And a great table. We need references and a See Also section.”

 

 Visual C# Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

SYED SHANU ASP.NET Core,Angular2 CRUD with Animation using Template Pack, WEB API and EF 1.0.1 Diederik Krols: “Well done, I’m impressed.”
Carmelo La Monica: “Very nice and detailed topic in all steps. Congrats!”
Khanna Gaurav: “Great work, especially the animation part.”
Jaliya Udagedara: “Great article with step by step explanation. Nice!”
Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan: “Another masterpiece; but Shanu, deserves a lot of formatting as the text is not standard based, changes the font after every paragraph. ;-)”
Silver Award Winner

 

Ehsan Sajjad GridView with Server Side Filtering, Sorting and Paging in ASP.NET MVC 5 Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan: “A great post, Ehsan! I was amazed by your use of formatting options. Suggestion: Crop images to fit the size.”
Diederik Krols: “Great choice of topic. Well explained.Thanks.”
Carmelo La Monica: “Good article and explained good in all parts.”
Khanna Gaurav: “An interesting Grid Option for MVC”
Jaliya Udagedara: “Good content. Kind reminder, wikis are not blog posts.”
Bronze Award Winner

 

Sibeesh Venu Visual Studio: MVC CRUD Actions Using Knockout JS Khanna Gaurav: “Good explanation”
Jaliya Udagedara: “If you are new to Knockout.js, this article should help you get started.”
Carmelo La Monica: “”
Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan: “Nice use of the CRUD abbreviations, Sibeesh. :D”
Diederik Krols: “Nice read, thanks. May I suggest to shrink the SQL statements at the beginning (most of the settings are default)?”

Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

 

 Wiki and Portals Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Kamlesh Kumar Wiki Ninja Top Contributors: Who Has What Ranking Kia Zhi Tang: “Cool informative Wiki. Thank you for the great work.”
SYEDSHANU: “Very useful post,Nice share Kamlesh.”
Ed Price: “Wow, this is really awesome! I can see that Richard and Peter have me beat! =^)”
Richard Mueller: “A great compilation. Thanks for putting this together. It is very much appreciated.”

 

 Windows PowerShell Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Priyaranjan KS Consume REST Service From PowerShell And Update The JSON Data To SQL Server Table Maor Bracha: “Well written and documented. I like the idea of using PowerShell for more than “just” Microsoft infrastructure management.”
Ed Price: “Amazing article with great formatting! It could benefit from References and See Also sections at the end. I love the code formatting and use of images!”
Richard Mueller: “Good use of Wiki guidelines. Well written with good images.”
Adam Fowler: “Images and example is great, should help people understand this end to end.”
Silver Award Winner

 

Arleta Wanat Approve or decline Access Requests in SharePoint 2013/2016 using Powershell and CSOM Adam Fowler: “Big fan of solutions that help with automation, including having a bulk option. Very clear and helpful.”
Richard Mueller: “Well done. Good example displays.”
Ed Price: “Arleta, great job on this article! I love that there’s a Polish version. That’s awesome!”
Maor Bracha: “Both this and “Remove users” post entered in this competition are a good read for admins starting their journey in SharePoint Online.”
Bronze Award Winner

 

sridhar vishwanatha Simple Xpath Generator with powershell Ed Price: “Very clean and clear! Could benefit from Summary, References, and See Also (links to Wiki articles) sections at the end. Good scenario!”
Adam Fowler: “I can see a lot of use cases for this!”
Richard Mueller: “Great to know how to do this.”

Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

  • SharePoint Online: Remove user from site groups using Powershell by Arleta Wanat
    Adam Fowler: “Simple and useful, just needs to be cleaned up to a standard shared PowerShell script”
    Richard Mueller: “Useful examples.”
    Ed Price: “Great code and formatting! Great to have a Polish version of this article. Good prerequisites section!”
  • Powershell: Script to replace credentials to Windows Services by Agustín Mántaras
    Maor Bracha: “Simple tool to make system admins day easier. Tip: try implementing “Get-Credential” for a more secure method of passing admin passwords ;)”
    Ed Price: “Great examples, and it’s great to have the download! It could benefit from Summary, References, and See Also (links to Wiki articles) sections at the end.”
    Richard Mueller: “Very useful. I would like to see at least some of the code and have it explained.”
    Adam Fowler: “Might be worth mentioning any security concerns around this, but great idea and really like the clear coloured output!”
  • SCOM Alert Param Finder  by sridhar vishwanatham
    Richard Mueller: “Interesting module. We could use references and a See Also section.”
    Ed Price: “This seems to be a duplicate link to the same article.”
 Windows Server Technical Guru – March 2017 
Gold Award Winner

 

Priyaranjan KS Create And Configure Active Directory Domain Controller In Azure Windows Server Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan: “A very clean writeup; I would also suggest that you provide a similar article, but with Azure Portal instead of Azure Classic, so that everyone can benefit from it. :-)”
Kia Zhi Tang: “Great effort with TOC, Reference and See Also section. Hope to see this updated with new Azure Portal.”
Richard Mueller: “Great detail and very useful steps.”
JM: “This is an excellent article on AD Domain Controllers In Azure.Thanks for helping others with this article.”
Joseph Moody: “Wonderful documentation! Thank you for putting so much effort into this guide.”
Mark Parris: “Good Insight.”
Eric Berg: “Thank you. unfortunately your article is written for ASM (the “old” portal) –> This is not any longer a recommended solution. Would be great if you could clarify and add an article für the ARM based machines”
Silver Award Winner

 

Mahdi Tehrani Active Directory: Report User logons using PowerShell and Event Viewer Joseph Moody: “Awesome job!!! Very useful guide in an easy to understand format. Keep writing!”
Richard Mueller: “Very useful, as this is often requested. Great images.”
JM: “This is an excellent article on reporting user logons by using Windows PowerShell. Thanks for your contribution.”
Eric Berg: “good work. Thank you”
Kia Zhi Tang: “Good Effort with TOC. It will be great if it includes a Reference section for external links and a See Also section should be other related Wiki articles.”
Mark Parris: “Good Insight.”
Bronze Award Winner

 

burak ugur AD Replication Status Tool Usage Eric Berg: “Thank you for your contribution. Please clarify in your article that it is not neccessary to install the tool on an DC, but a suitable option.”
Kia Zhi Tang: “Nice insight on ADReplication Status Tool. It will be great if there is a TOC, Introduction, Requirements and Conclusion/Summary section on the Wiki article with Reference and See Also section.”
Mark Parris: “Valuable knowledge for this nugget of a tool..”
JM: “This is a terrific article, thanks for your contribution!”
Joseph Moody: “Good write up! If possible, I would be interested in seeing some additional usage examples.”
Richard Mueller: “An important tool. We could use references and a See Also section.”

Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

  • Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) Wiki portal by Peter Geelen
    Mark Parris: “Vital in a cloud connected world.”
    Richard Mueller: “A great collection of links for an important technology.”
    Eric Berg: “thanks”
    JM: “This is a helpful set of links to ADFS content, thanks for posting!”
    Joseph Moody: “Good jump list! Thanks for putting this together.”
    Kia Zhi Tang: “Excellent ADFS Wiki Portal to find ADFS related Wiki articles for the Wiki and Portals category.”
  • Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) Builds and hotfixes by Peter Geelen
    Mark Parris: “Important Information.”
    Richard Mueller: “This will help many people.”
    Kia Zhi Tang: “This is a very useful Wiki article and definitely need the community to help updating it. Thank you for the kick start, Peter Geelen.”
    JM: “This is a terrific resource for ADFS builds and hotfixes, thanks for publishing.”———————————————– 8< ——————————————-
    A huge thank you to EVERYONE who contributed an article to March’s competition.Hopefully we will see you ALL again in April 2017’s listings?If you haven’t contributed an article for this month, and you think you can create a more useful, clever and better presented wiki article than the winners above, here’s your chance! 😀

    Best regards,
    Pete Laker

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Comments (12)

  1. pituach says:

    Congrats to all winners in the Guru contest for March 2017 🙂

    Well done all contributors (authors and judges)!
    There are great articles this month, and I loved to read the judges comments (y)

  2. Great work by authors and judges. Thanks to all.

  3. Congratulations to all Winners and a big Thank You to all contributors.

  4. Congrats to all the winners

  5. Congrats all winner ! Thanks judges for priceless time and valuable comments. Great job all contributors…:)

  6. Congrats to all the winners and a big Thanks to the judges for their valuable comments 🙂

  7. Congrats to Priyaranjan on winning 10 awards! Wow! Great job in becoming an expert in so many technologies and areas… SharePoint Server, Azure, SharePoint development, Power BI, O365 Monitor, SQL Server R Services, T-SQL, VB, PowerShell, and more! Great job!

    1. Thanks Ed . That’s a great motivating comment . Looking forward to do more contributions in the coming months.

  8. Congratulations to all the winners!

  9. Peter Geelen says:

    Another month of super quality! Great to be part of this pack!

  10. M.Vignesh says:

    Congrats to all Winners

  11. Congrats to all the winners

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