TR Community scoreboard for March 18, 2011 - Tech debt

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Sterling Chip Camden's post about avoiding tech debt generated the hottest discussions this past week in the forums. Find out what other topics and TechRepublic members were the most active on the boards.

Top 5 discussion threads:

  1. Avoid getting buried in technical debt (Chip Camden)
  2. Apple iPad 2: Who should buy and who should pass (Jason Hiner)
  3. Five tips for efficient file management in Windows 7 (Susan Harkins)
  4. Nine traits of the veteran Windows administrator (Mark Underwood)
  5. Commodore Amiga 2000 Teardown (Bill Detwiler)
TR members with the most total posts on the forums

  1. Peconet Tietokoneet (66 posts)
  2. Mehul Bhai (61posts)
  3. OH Smeg (53 posts)
  4. NickNielsen (50 posts)
TR members with the most Votes Up in the Discussions forum

  1. Jason Hiner (46)
  2. Chip Camden (22)
  3. jeffwr (21)
  4. apotheon and Deadly Ernest (19)
  5. NickNielsen (18)
TR members with the most Votes Up in the Q&A forum

  1. OH Smeg (11)
  2. Tony Hopkinson (7)
  3. robo_dev (5)
  4. mildredj.maris (3)
  5. PurpleSkys (2)
Top spam busters

  1. Mehul Bhai (13)
  2. Hal 9000 (11)
  3. seanferd (8)
  4. Palmetto (6)
  5. Tucson Guy (3)

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Sonja Thompson started at TechRepublic in October 1999. She is a former Senior Editor at TechRepublic.

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