SQL Server/Visual Studio/BizTalk Connected Systems Developer Competition

By Bill Graziano on 30 May 2005 | Tags: General


The Connected Systems 2005 Developer Competition, sponsored by Microsoft Corporation and MSDN Magazine is a skill based competition for professional developers intended to highlight and reward creativity and programming excellence using SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio 2005 and BizTalk 2004/2006. Prizes inlcude $50,000 cash (!), MSDN Subscriptions, copies of SQL Server, Visual Studio and BizTalk Server. Entries will be judged on creativity, innovation, design and technical excellence, usefulness, usability and value by a panel of industry experts selected from the Microsoft Regional Director program. All competition entrants must be registered and have submitted a description of the application they are entering into the competition by August 30, 2005. The official closing date for final competition entries is September 15, 2005.

Link: SQL Server/Visual Studio/BizTalk Connected Systems Developer Competition


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