Thank You for MacTech 25 2007

In all of the craziness of WWDC, I didn't get a chance to talk about the MacTech 25. This probably isn't news to most of you, but the MacTech 25 is a list of some excellent people, all of whom are selected by the Mac community. I feel incredibly privileged to be part of this group.

I guess it's not a complete surprise that all of the members of our panel for the WWDC CocoaHeads session are in the MacTech 25. Personally, I look at the quality of work done by the other members of the group, and it inspires me to try to do something better tomorrow.

Truly, thank you very much for all of your support. It's an incredible honor. I'll do the best I can to live up to it.
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Thank You for MacTech 25 2007
Posted Jun 19, 2007 — 6 comments below


Brian Amerige — Jun 19, 07 4416

Congrats Scott. It's very well-deserved.

David Weiss — Jun 19, 07 4417

Way to go Scott!

Jose R. Vazquez — Jun 19, 07 4418

Congrats! You deserve it! BTW, thank you for the cocoaheads meeting, it was really useful. I hope some day I will actually be able to put the things I learned there to use. I did not have a chance to meet you in person (I was the guy standing behind the panel who asked what their thougt process was on comming up with their prices (Which Daniel Jalkut refered to as "a bad question" :-( ))

It really was an inspiring night and all five of you lived up to your respective titles as being the most influecial guys in the mac commmunity.

Felicidades! (you know it comes from the heart when I say it spanish!)

Chinmoy — Jun 19, 07 4421

Congratulations, Scott.

Jonathan — Jun 19, 07 4422

Congratulations! I (and undoubtedly countless others like me) learned cocoa from your articles. So x2 on the "well deserved" comment!

Brent Simmons — Jun 19, 07 4425

Congratulations! And thanks for putting together and moderating the CocoaHeads meeting at WWDC -- it was fun to do, and I think it went quite well.


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