Announcing the 2013 Honorary Scripting Guys

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Summary: The Honorary Scripting Guys are announced for 2013.

Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today, I have an exciting announcement! Drum roll please… dadadadadadada…CLING! Yes, for the third time ever, we have official Honorary Scripting Guys to announce! Yes, that’s right.

What does it take to become an official Honorary Scripting Guy? It takes an extreme commitment to the scripting community, a remarkable dedication helping to spread the good word about Windows PowerShell, and a relentless pursuit of excellence in producing exceptional content. To read more about the Honorary Scripting Guys, see:

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The next three Honorary Scripting Guys are (in no particular order):

  • June Blender
  • Jason Walker
  • Chris Wu

Let me tell you a little bit about each of these scripting stalwarts.

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June Blender   June is a writer for the Windows Azure Active Directory SDK. She is also a frequent contributor to the Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog and for She lives in magnificent Escalante, Utah, where she works remotely when she’s not out hiking, kayaking, or convincing lost tourists to try Windows PowerShell. She believes that outstanding documentation is a collaborative effort, and she welcomes your comments and contributions. Follow her on Twitter at @juneb_get_help.

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Jason Walker   Jason is Microsoft premier field engineer where he supports Exchange Server, platforms, and security solutions. He has presented at the PowerShell Saturday Events #002 and #003. Jason also shares his knowledge and evangelizes Windows PowerShell at the monthly Charlotte PowerShell Community Group meetings. He lives by the motto, “Real admin’s don’t click, they TAB.”

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Chris Wu   Chris is a currently a Microsoft premier field engineer based out of Edmonton, Canada. His primary specialty is Windows core components and troubleshooting diagnostics in general. Windows PowerShell has been a sharpest weapon in his tool set, and he’s always interested in touching every possible corner of the operating system.

~Ed Wilson, Microsoft Scripting Guy


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