Smartphone Programming Competition
Smartphone programming competition. Let's help others get started
Post an article on mobile development on Code Project, and win a Code Project t-shirt and mug!
Every day more and more developers are moving to the mobile platforms. Help them get a start by sharing what you've learned. We'll giveaway 3 mugs and and 3 T-shirts to the best 3 articles posted before Mar 4.
Anything goes: iPhone, Windows Phone 7, Blackberry, WebOS, Android, you name it.
The contest begins January 21st 2011 and runs until March 4th 2011.
- Create an article or share blog entry on mobile development on Code Project
- Make sure you tag your article / blog entry with the "Mobile" tag
At the end of the contest, we will choose from the highest rated articles and announce a winner who will receive a Code Project t-shirt and mug!
What You Could Win
A Code Project t-shirt and mug!
- Must be an article or blog entry related to mobile development
- Must tag article / blog entry with Mobile tag
Conditions of Entry
Current winners list
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