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Servoy RAD Race Contest

Postby bcusick » Tue Jun 27, 2006 7:42 pm

We will be offering a first ever, CONTEST at ServoyWorld this year! In teams of 2 - you can outwit, outlast -- uh, I mean program REALLY fast - at the Servoy "RAD Race" Contest.

It will be held on Monday night - one hour into the "cocktail" party (sponsored by Excelysis, thanks guys) and you will code like crazy for 3 hours only. Its sure to be a fun and wild time.

Try your hand at winning a big shiny prize, fame, accolades, the whole enchilada!

For all the details, check out http://www.servoy.com/servoyworld/contest.jsp

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Ah ha - I see Bob has let the "cat out of the bag"

Postby BDuncan » Fri Jun 30, 2006 6:21 am

I see Bob has posted about our secret -- the upcoming contest at ServoyWorld! I hope many of you will choose to join. This should be a lot of fun. It will be serious, but I think quite fun and probably a bit hilarious at times too.

I have seen Bob and Yvo talking about this concept over the past few months and we really hope a lot of you will team up and try this out. We hope it adds an exciting new dimension to ServoyWorld.

I'll be ordering the "shiny big prizes" soon.

Again - I hope many of you try this out. It will be a great learning time.

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RAD Race Sign Ups

Postby BDuncan » Wed Jul 05, 2006 3:20 am

There is now a place on the website where you can pre-register for the RAD Race if you already have your team in place.

http://www.servoy.com/generic.jsp?taxonomy_id=492

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First Team Signs Up for RAD Race

Postby BDuncan » Fri Jul 07, 2006 8:01 pm

I have gotten an email from 2 people (who shall remain annonomous by me - they can reveal themselves if they wish) who are signing up as a team for the RAD Race!

This is exciting stuff! Can't wait to see MORE emails or sign ups!

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Postby Harjo » Fri Jul 07, 2006 11:13 pm

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Postby IT2Be » Fri Jul 07, 2006 11:17 pm

Hmm, don't think I have the time for it...
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I think maybe you are scared...

Postby BDuncan » Fri Jul 07, 2006 11:24 pm

Perhaps you are too scared. :P

I bet teams from Excelysis, the Support Group, DNA, DataMosiac, McGilly, etc. will all be trying to kick some a**.....

:twisted:

Is this stirring up the pot enough?!!
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I'm just kidding...

Postby BDuncan » Fri Jul 07, 2006 11:25 pm

I'm just kidding of course...

You all will have the chance to try and kick some booty...

Let the sign ups roll in!
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Postby amcgilly » Wed Sep 06, 2006 9:30 pm

What version of Servoy will we be working with at this contest? The criteria for winning mention inclusion of functionality for the web client, so I assume it's going to be on 3.0. If so, I hope we'll get some 3.0 documentation to look at - I'm finding it sometimes tricky developing in 3.0 without documentation.
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Postby amcgilly » Wed Sep 06, 2006 9:47 pm

Also, I am looking for a partner to form a team for this contest. If anyone is interested please contact me by Private Message. Thanks.
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Postby Jan Aleman » Wed Sep 06, 2006 10:41 pm

amcgilly wrote:What version of Servoy will we be working with at this contest? The criteria for winning mention inclusion of functionality for the web client, so I assume it's going to be on 3.0. If so, I hope we'll get some 3.0 documentation to look at - I'm finding it sometimes tricky developing in 3.0 without documentation.


It will be 3.0. One of the excersises will be to write documentation for it. Just kidding!
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