Jun 122012
 

IndicThreads in partnership with Reliscore & Apress is running a weekly Developer Contest On Emerging Technology where all you need to do is answer a few questions and win great books and goodies. The contest consists of a mix of multiple choice questions, some coding and some text answers.

Conference On Software Development , Delhi, IndiaThe contest will test your skills at some of the emerging technologies covered at the upcoming IndicThreads Conference On Software Development to be held on 13-14 July 2012 in Delhi, India. Software professionals from across India will participate in two days of vendor-neutral learning & discussions focused around Java, Mobile Software & Cloud Computing.

Sessions at the conference deal with a wide array of emerging software development technologies like JavaEE 7, Hadoop, NoSQL, Akka, Redis, PhoneGap,BDD Cucumber, JAX-RS, HTML5,GPars, Groovy, Node.js,SaaS Architecture, Machine Learning, Nutch, JavaFX & more.  Register now to avail of the discounted rates.

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Week Four: 2 July – 9 July (CLOSED)

You could win a copy of the books

  • Java 7 for Absolute Beginners

  • Beginning PhoneGap

 


Week Three: 25 June – 2 July (CLOSED)

You could win a copy of the books

  • Android Recipes

  • The Definitive Guide to HTML5


Week Two: 18 June – 25th June (CLOSED)

You could win a copy of the books

  • Pro HTML5 Programming

  • Beginning Android 4

Winners

Dheeraj Chhabra
Mohammed Sanaulla
(Enterprise Software developer by day and an avid blogger by night)


Week One: 11 June – 18th June (CLOSED)

You could win a copy of the books

  • Java 7 for Absolute Beginners

  • Beginning PhoneGap

Winners

Prashanth Babu
(A Hadoop and Android enthusiast)I have learnt a lot from many of your presentations online. Thanks. Keep up the good work and wish you all the best for IndicThreads.
Mohammed Sanaulla
(Enterprise Software developer by day and an avid blogger by night)

 

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  • Nikos Maravitsas

    Hi ,

    Nice blog! Is there an email address I can contact you in private?