We told you this morning that James Eling won the main prize in our My Concept Rules contest. Congratulations also to Simon Card, who picked up the People's Choice award for his Wine Guru concept. Nice one!
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Yesterday, the four finalists in our My Concept Rules contest to develop a great Windows Azure app presented their apps to the judging panel. It was a tough call, but eventually a winner was chosen: Time 2 Roster, presented by James Eling.
Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
It's judgement day! Today, the four finalists in our My Concept Rules competition will pitch their ideas to the judging panel at the REMIX conference in Sydney. But as well as the main prize, we're also offering a People's Choice award where everyone can vote on their favourite idea.
Time is almost up! Our My Concept Rules contest closes on May 22. If you've got a great idea for a Windows Azure cloud app and want real help to make it happen, don't miss out -- get your entries in before midnight Sunday May 22.
We've had some awesome entries for our My Concept Rules contest, but we'd love to see some more before the May 22 deadline. If you've got a great idea for an app drawing on the cloud power of Windows Azure, we can make it happen (and remember, you don't have to be a developer to enter). Hit the link for full entry details.
There's only a few days left until our My Concept Rules contest to win funding to help build a cool Windows Azure-based app closes. To inspire you, we'll point out that Azure-based solutions attract all kinds of people, including legendary rock band KISS.
One of the coolest things about our My Concept Rules contest is that you don't need to be a highly experienced developer, or have to devote hours of your spare time to developing a proposal and coding it -- it's all about the concept. If you've got a great idea for an online application that can draw on the cloud power of Windows Azure, winning the contest can help you make it happen. Hit the link for full entry details.
We know from our meet-ups this week that there’s plenty of imagination in our reader community. And imagination is the ultimate resource for our My Concept Rules contest. Tap into the power of Windows Azure, dream up a great application, and you could see it become a reality. Hit the link for all the details.
Some apps are so extraordinary that they change the world. All it takes is the right idea and the right technology. If you've got a great idea for a cloud-based app, Windows Azure is the right technology -- and if you enter our My Concept Rules contest, the sky really might be the limit. Hit the link for all the details, and get working on it before the deadline hits!
Once a certain wedding has passed, you're going to need something to occupy the rest of the weekend. What better task than working on an entry for our My Concept Rules contest? You design a cloud app that uses Windows Azure, and we help you make it happen (plus we give you a bunch of great prizes as well). Hit the link below for the full details, and get creating!
The long Easter/Anzac holiday which just passed was a prime opportunity to put together an entry for our My Concept Rules contest to design an awesome cloud app that uses Windows Azure and get professional assistance in making it a reality. But don't panic if you were otherwise occupied; you've still got until May 22 to enter. Hit the link for all the details, and get creating!
Windows Azure opens up the potential for a whole new world of application ideas -- and if you win our awesome My Concept Rules contest, you'll get the chance to see your own brilliant app idea turned into reality, with $40,000 in backing to get it off the ground, as well as other cool prizes.