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ColdBox Book contest ends this week!

Luis Majano January 25, 2010

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Luis Majano

January 25, 2010

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This January 28th at 5PM PST our free book contest ends, so get your entries submitted by then.  All you have to do is submit code entries to ForgeBox and the person with the most amount of submitted projects wins a free ColdBox book!! That's it! So get to it!

You will first need to register an account with us in our ForgeBox site:http://www.coldbox.org/index.cfm/forgebox/submitcode

You will then need to post as many code entries to the forge as you can.  The person with the most contributed code entries until January 28, 2010 at 5pm PST will win the free book!

That's it, all you have to do is contribute to the forge cool plugins, interceptors, sample apps, etc and you are on your way to getting a free book!

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