IDUG’s developer contest

Sat, Dec 6, 2008


IDUG or The International DB2 User Group is organising an amazing developer contest.  The purpose ofthe contest is to create interest and buzz amongst developers (students, professionals or even hobbyists) about XML, DB2 and XQuery. The contest is really great and so are the prizes so are the prizes. If you are interested in any of the three mentioned subjects, do give it a shot.

The contest is divided into parts so as to attract people with different skills,interest,knowledge and tastes. The five ways to enter the contest are as follows:

Upload a video: This contest is judged by the community. The prizes are awarded monthly.

Gadget contest: In this you have to create a small widget or gadget. This also is judged by the community and the prizes are given monthly.

XQuery Challenge: You have to answer a series of questions by developing queries in XQuery.

Port an application: Port any application to use the any of the three mentioned before.This contest is Judged by a panel of judges.

Develop an application: Develop an app by using XML,DB2,XQuery. This contest is Judged by a panel of judges.

So even if you are not comfortable with of these languages and still want to participate in the IDUG contest. you can search for resources online,there are plenty of them available.


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