DevExpress Supports the INETA Component Code Challenge

imageOnce again the developer community organisation, INETA, have opened the submission process for the Component Code Challenge.

Developers have the opportunity to win one of two full scholarships to Microsoft TechEd in Atlanta, GA in May 2011. This will include airfare, 4 nights accommodation and a full conference pass for the event.

The rules are simple: you can submit any .NET application that you have built during the period between January 1st 2010 and the submission date, and the submission needs to contain at least one component from DevExpress or one of INETA’s other supporters.

The judges - Tim Huckerby, Scott Cate and Bill Evjen - will be looking for style, innovation, impact, and effective use of components. So go ahead and wow the judges with your slick use of DevExpress controls.

It could not be simpler to submit your applications, but make sure you read the fine print and submit your entry before the deadline of March 15th 2011, at midnight (Eastern Time).

You’ve got plenty of time to get your geek on and get creative for your chance to win a fully paid-up trip to Atlanta, GA, courtesy of INETA and the Component Code Challenge.

Best of luck from all of us at DevExpress. Don’t delay. Get coding today!

5 comment(s)
Defacto Software
Defacto Software

One small detail from the 'not so fine print' that might be of interest: Contest open to legal residents of the US and Canada only.

31 January, 2011
Rachel Hawley (DevExpress)
Rachel Hawley (DevExpress)

That is correct. Unfortunately, we do not have any control over the fine print for this contest as it is owned and managed by INETA.

I will keep an eye out for similar opportunities arising elsewhere though, for those of us not eligible for this one - me included, since I'm in the UK :)

~ Rachel.

1 February, 2011
Matthew K
Matthew K

Have to second the comment " Don’t delay." The contest is now closed - wish I had had time to complete my entry.

16 March, 2011
Saif Khan
Saif Khan

I got honorable mention and I was using DevExpress controls...nice!

29 April, 2011
Rachel Hawley (DevExpress)
Rachel Hawley (DevExpress)

Nice work Saif!

4 May, 2011

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