Posts Tagged ‘MVP’


 

SAPIEN Technologies MVPs for 2015 (Wave #2)

Friday, January 16th, 2015 by June Blender
  SAPIEN Technologies, Inc. is proud to announce its second wave of MVPs for 2015. SAPIEN Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award. It's our way to recognize and show our appreciation for community members who promote our products and contribute to their improvement and success.     Congratulations to the second wave of SAPIEN Technologies MVPs for 2015: Francois-Xavier Cat (Canada) has written dozens of useful blog posts and many excellent videos about creating effective PowerShell-based UIs with PowerShell Studio. He's also provided very helpful feedback on products and usability. Vinith Menon (India)  answers questions on the SAPIEN forums and blogs about…   More »

SAPIEN Technologies MVPs for 2015

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015 by June Blender
  SAPIEN Technologies, Inc. is proud to announce its first wave of MVPs for 2015. SAPIEN Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award. It's our way to recognize and show our appreciation for community members who promote our products and contribute to their improvement and success.     Congratulations to the first wave of SAPIEN Technologies MVPs for 2015: Jason Helmick co-authored SAPIEN's Windows PowerShell TFM, 4th Edition Mike F. Robbins co-authored SAPIEN's Windows PowerShell TFM, 4th Edition Max Trinidad, a veteran user of SAPIEN products, features PowerShell Studio in videos and presentations all over the world. James Vierra is a…   More »

SAPIEN MVP Program

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015 by June Blender
  SAPIEN Technologies, Inc. is proud to announce the introduction of the SAPIEN Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award. It's our way to recognize and show our appreciation for community members who promote our products and contribute to their improvement and success.       How do I become a SAPIEN MVP? SAPIEN MVP candidates submit can an application listing actions that demonstrate that they fulfill the requirements. Current SAPIEN MVPs can submit an application on behalf of any candidate.   Requirements for a SAPIEN MVP Award Demonstrates a continuing contribution to SAPIEN products through blog posts and forums, product…   More »

Announcing PowerShell 4.0 TFM

Tuesday, October 29th, 2013 by Alex Riedel
SAPIEN Press has teamed up with PowerShell MVP Jason Helmick and Mike F. Robbins to create the next generation of our popular PowerShell TFM book. Covering the newly released PowerShell 4.0, we expect this new book to be available in January 2014. This edition is designed from the ground up to not only be a book for learning PowerShell but also a reference and a lab guide. So no matter whether you are just beginning to learn PowerShell or whether you are a seasoned veteran, this book has everything you need. The Learning Guide with its 22 chapters will…   More »

SAPIEN MVP and Teaching Partner Program

Friday, January 29th, 2010 by Alex Riedel
In the past we we have provided no-cost NFR licenses of PrimalScript or any other SAPIEN product upon request to Microsoft MVPs if they were working in a field related to scripting or Windows administration. The same applied to MCTs, as long as they provided us with their MCT number. It has become more and more obvious that this is unjust towards the many professionals and teachers in the field who promote and use SAPIEN software without becoming a Microsoft MVP or MCT. So we are no longer providing these NFR copies just because you are a Microsoft MVP or…   More »

Congratulations Hal Rottenberg

Wednesday, October 1st, 2008 by Jeffery Hicks
It's that time of year again when Microsoft announces its newest MVPs. I'm happy to report that Hal Rottenberg has finally received this honor. Not only does Hal hold down a pretty serious day job, he is co-host of the popular PowerScripting Podcast and the community director for PowerShellCommunity.org.  You can also find Hal on Twitter. In case you've been hibernating, Hal is also writing a book for SAPIEN Press, Managing VMWare with Windows PowerShell: TFM. You might start thinking that you need to be an MVP to write for SAPIEN Press considering so many of our titles are…   More »

Another MVP in the SAPIEN family

Tuesday, July 1st, 2008 by Jeffery Hicks
I just found out that my friend, fellow Techmentor-or, Redmond columnist, SAPIEN author and all around good guy was made a Microsoft MVP in Terminal Services. Greg's latest book is Windows Server 2008 What's New/What's Changed. You can read about his reaction here. Congratulations Greg! And don't forget SAPIEN Press' other MVP winning author Ilse Van Criekinge (Exchange Management Shell: TFM).  It seems you can't by a SAPIEN Press book without the author being a Microsoft MVP.…   More »

PowerShell MVP x2

Tuesday, July 1st, 2008 by Jeffery Hicks
I have to admit I was a little nervous about my end of my PowerShell MVP award year. Had I done enough over the last year to maintain it? Or enough to merit a another year? Did I spend enough time in discussion forums? Was I helpful to enough people? Fortunately it appears I was.   More »