Are you computer savvy? Do want to earn prizes monthly? Here is your chance to show your skills and talent. A programming contest was launched so, everyone is invited to join the XML revolution and who knows you are the next XML Superstar.
This competition consists of five different contests aimed at students and professionals alike. Each contest offers its own recognition and set of prizes. The range of skills encompasses those with a passing interest in XML and database technology to those with hardcore programming skills in DB2. Before participating, you will first need to take a Quick Quiz, a short questionnaire that requires no prior XML or database experience to complete. You only have to take the Quick Quiz once.
Visit the site now, register and you can start right away with any of the following contest. First is the Video Contest of which you can invent a creative use of XML, XQuery or DB2 and record yourself doing it. Second, the Gadget Contest of which you may develop a downloadable gadget or widget leveraging DB2. Third is the Query Contest, you may use XQuery to find five answers. The best queries win the best prizes. The fourth is the Ported App Contest of which you can Port or develop a new app for DB2. You may enter as an individual or assemble as a team. The last is the XML2 Contest and you may win by building useful, user-friendly XML apps from scratch. Enter as an individual or assemble as a team. So, if you are interested, just check out their site now and have fun with the contest.
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