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Re: [webdesign-557] Kwwika - World Cup Web Development competition announced

From: Gerry M.
Sent on: Friday, June 11, 2010 1:46 PM
Hi Phil
I'll have a look at that as I've put together a score prediction game over the last week, just for a bit of fun over the next month as no country I have a strong allegiance to is competing. It's all a bit last minute and slap dash - - please have a go and pass the word round.
Gerry Mulvenna

Sent: Friday, June 11,[masked]:18 PM
Subject: [webdesign-557] Kwwika - World Cup Web Development competition announced

I'm working on a project called Kwwika which allows anybody to add
real-time push functionality to your website. To try and get people
developing using Kwwika we've decided to create a competition that
will hopefully encourage web developers to sign up for the opportunity
of winning an Apple iPad.

The purpose of the competition is to see who can build the most
engaging real-time push World Cup 2010 web application.

More details can be found in the following locations:

* Blog post announcment:
* Kwwika Wiki with competition details:
* A real-time push World Cup demo created to give people an idea of
what can be built:

If you have any questions or idea please feel free to get in touch
with me via [address removed]



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