Announcing Winners of the Microsoft Private Cloud Computing Book

During the last two months hundreds of Hyper-V users have taken the time and effort to participate in The Great Big Hyper-V Survey of 2012 which closed last week.  We cannot share any details about the results just yet as we are still counting and analyzing the results. We’ll let you know as soon as we can. Promise!

As a stimulus for you we offered a couple of Microsoft Private Cloud Computing books. Because Aidan Finn said he would select a winner for the book based on the responses he got on his own blog and on Twitter, I still have two books to give away. One is offered by co-author Damian Flynn and the other by me.

It was quite interesting to see how much attention has been raised on the web, on Twitter, on blogs, perhaps also on Facebook (I can’t tell because I got fed up with FB and closed down my account about a year ago). I bang “The Great Big Hyper-V Survey) and got 15,100 results. I googled and found 72,600 results. Of course Google also placed an ad on top, but please rest assured that this survey has no connection with Microsoft whatsoever. They are probably just as curious as you and me for that matter.

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All right, now it is time to pick a winner… (please click on More)

After checking the retweets (100+) and who had blogged (15) about the survey, I created a list of about 100 people and assigned them a number. I then asked my two youngest sons Laurens and Steven to just pick a random number between 1 and 100. So based on this method I can congratulate Daniel Neumann @neumanndaniel and Dennis Schut @dennisschut with winning a copy of our Microsoft Private Cloud Computing book! I will approach the winners over the course of next week.

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Thanks again for your interest and participating!

Special request:
I you have already read the book, might we encourage you to write a review and post it on Amazon. We would be very honored!

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