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Just a reminder about the contest to win an iPod Nano for learning something new: The window of opportunity is getting smaller - submissions need to be in by next Wednesday, December 5th, 2007.

My goal is to review everything before the end of the weekend, and send the iPod out on Monday (along with an announcement here of the winner, and recognition of the other participants - so if you want to be excluded for some reason, let me know that as well).

If you haven't started, there's still enough time to come up with a solution: it needn't be long or difficult - just demonstrate something new in a language you haven't had much experience in.

If you've got a blog, post the solution there and let me know about it. If not, send it to me directly - first get in touch with me via my contact page and then send it via email.

Finally, I'd like to give special thanks to Chad Fowler for helping spread the word.

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I want to win now

Posted by Jude on Jan 16, 2008 at 11:52 PM UTC - 5 hrs

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