TR Community scoreboard for May 20, 2011 - Microsoft loves developers

In this weekly recap post, you'll get a quick look at the top discussions and members on the TechRepublic forums.

Deb Shinder asked the TR community some really great questions in the most popular post this past week, including: "Cloudy days ahead for IT admins?" "Are IT pros evolving into developers?" and "What can (or should) Microsoft do about it?" Find out what other topics and members were the most active on the boards.

Top 5 discussion threads:

  1. IT Pros are not feeling the love from Microsoft (Debra Littlejohn Shinder)
  2. 10 toxic character types you'll meet on the job (Alan Norton)
  3. Microsoft buys Skype for $8.5 billion, so now what? (Jason Hiner)
  4. While IT pros scoff, Google Chromebooks will likely seduce businesses (Jason Hiner)
  5. 10 curses of the analytical thinker (Alan Norton)
TR members with the most total posts on the forums

  1. AnsuGisalas (73 posts)
  2. jck (67 posts)
  3. Palmetto (58 posts)
  4. seanferd (47 posts)
  5. Neon Samurai (42)
TR members with the most Votes Up in the Discussions forum

  1. Palmetto (83)
  2. AnsuGisalas (60)
  3. Neon Samurai and jck (50)
  4. cybershooters (48)
  5. Spitfire_Sysop (45)
TR members with the most Votes Up in the Q&A forum

  1. robo_dev (6)
  2. Who Am I Really and AckleyKent (3)
  3. NetMan1958, OH Smeg, and cmiller5400 (2)
Top spam busters

  1. seanferd (11)
  2. AnsuGisalas (10)
  3. PurpleSkys and Palmetto (8)
  4. robo_dev (2)

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