[erlang-questions] [ANN] Spawnfest 2012

Fred Hebert <>
Fri Jun 29 16:26:20 CEST 2012


Hello there, Erlang Mailing List.

I'm writing you to announce and/or remind you that we're bringing back 
Spawnfest (http://spawnfest.com) again this year. Spawnfest is a 48 
hours programming contest for Erlang, much like Rails Rumble or Node 
Knockout.

It is scheduled for July 7-8, and the rules are available on the 
contest's website.

We're excited to bring the contest back, as we feel it's a great 
opportunity to show the world what Erlang/OTP and its users are capable 
of. The contest is in no way limited to web applications or any specific 
domain; we embrace the diversity of entries, as shows last year's 
winners (http://2011.spawnfest.com/winners/).

If you participate (and you should!), you'll have your applications 
judged by our high profile judges: Eric B. Merrit ( founding member of 
the Erlware, co-author of "Erlang and OTP in Action"), Joe Armstrong ( 
co-inventor of Erlang, no introduction required), Loïc Hoguin (Founder 
of Nine Nines, writer of Cowboy), and Scott Lystig Fritchie (long-time 
Erlang user, senior software engineer at Basho, worked on D-Trace for 
Erlang, and so on).

You can register your team at http://spawnfest.com/

Feel free to post any question on the mailing list, we will be happy
to address those.

If you're interested in becoming a sponsor, please email me directly at 
this address; it could be a tremendous opportunity to expose your business.

While on the topic, I'd like to thank our current sponsors for the 
contest, many of them who were there last year too:


Visit Basho <http://basho.com/> Visit GreenQloud <http://greenqloud.com> 
Visit Github <http://github.com> Visit Cloudant <https://cloudant.com> 
Visit Inaka <http://inaka.net> Visit Erlang Solutions 
<http://www.erlang-solutions.com/>Visit O'Reilly 
<http://oreilly.com/>Visit Heroku <http://heroku.com>vmware 
<http://vmware.com>RabbitMQ <http://rabbitmq.com> Nine Nines 
<http://ninenines.eu>Visit Spawngrid <http://spawngrid.com> Visit Kodiak 
<http://kodiak.is>
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