Oredev Prize Draw
JetBrains had a booth last week at Oredev (sign up to our Facebook Page for reports and pictures from different conferences we attend) where we were handing out the now famous “I see dead Code” T-Shirts, as well as cards for delegates to fill in, for a possibility of them to win any product of their choice in a prize raffle. Big Thank You to everyone who took part.
We originally had planned to pick out 5 winners but due to the overwhelming amount of participants, we’ve doubled the number.
The 10 lucky winners are:
- Robbin Tapper. IntelliJ IDEA.
- Martin Lund. RubyMine.
- Johan Svanstrom. ReSharper.
- Erik Forsberg. ReSharper.
- Lars Sjogreen. ReSharper.
- Niclas Pehrsson. dotTrace bundle.
- Wojciech Syski. IntelliJ IDEA.
- Jonas Andersson. IntelliJ IDEA.
- Tijmen van de Kamp. ReSharper.
- Patrik Hansson. dotCover.
Congratulations to all the winners! You should be receiving your license within the next week. If you do not (and have checked Spam folders), please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
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