MACTECH 25: MOST INFLUENTIAL IN MAC TECHNICAL COMMUNITY
– Public voting in June expresses people’s choice
– The Mac technical community’s most influential people
WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., July 12, 2006 — MacTech Magazine today announced
the MacTech 25: The Mac technical community’s most influential people.
With open public voting that started in early June, the MacTech 25 allowed
the community to recognize those who are the most influential — through
their work, writing, or any other effort they may make.
The MacTech 25 is designed to recognize the technical contributions of
developers, writers, bloggers, problem-solvers and personalities to the
Macintosh technical community. The MacTech 25 is no popularity contest, nor
is it to “pick your favorite CEO.” We looked for the most influential in
the Mac TECHNICAL market.
MacTech, and the community, would like to recognize the below individuals.
A full write up by MacTech contributor and Editor-at-Large Dean Shavit
including pictures, categories, and more will be published in the August
issue of MacTech, just in time for this year’s WWDC.
The rules of the voting were that anyone could vote. MacTech staff and
columnists were ineligible, and recipients could not currently be employed
MacTech 25 List:
Adam & Tonya Engst
Jonathan “Wolf” Rentzsch
“We want to congratulate this year’s list of the MacTech 25, and thank them
for their contributions to the industry,” said Neil Ticktin,
Editor-in-Chief & Publisher of MacTech Magazine. “This is a great
community, with lots of contributors, and this list represents some of the
best and the brightest around.”
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