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Luis Majano

December 13, 2011

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We are announcing today a contest that will really give you some nice additions to your holiday presents, a cool Kinlde Fire and an iPod nano! This contest is available to all you ColdFusion folks or non-ColdFusion folks that can now have an excuse to try ColdFusion and ColdBox, create a cool application and win big! So here are the rules:

ColdBox 3.5.0 BETA Modules Contest

Create a ColdBox 3.5.0 module that is a fully functional application that can be portable for any ColdBox 3.5.0 BETA application. Here are some guidelines the ColdBox team will be evaluating the module on:


Deadline: Module entries must be submitted by December 16th December 18th no later than 11PM PST to contests@ortussolutions.com

Winners Announced on December 19th, 2011
1st Prize

2nd Prize

So that is 3 weeks from now folks, so get to it, coding starts now!

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