DrupalCon Portland 2013 Winners of PhpStorm License Raffle
We hope you enjoyed visiting DrupalCon Portland the previous week – thanks to everyone who came to our booth and talked with us – asked questions or just said “hi”! We really appreciate your feedback – feel free to contact us in the issue tracker, forums or anywhere else if there is something still not said to us.
And now we are ready to announce 5 lucky winners of PhpStorm personal licenses raffle we performed at the event with our tablet app – winners were chosen randomly from all the attendees who participated in the raffle.
So, the winners are:
- John Shortess
- Joshua Needham
- Kristin Brinner
- Matthew Messmer
- Paul Clavier
Every winner will be reached by personal email from our team with the details on how to obtain the license. If you see your name above and you do not get any e-mails from us during this week – please leave a comment below and we’ll make it happen.
Moreover, we are ready to provide 15% discount for new PhpStorm personal licenses for those who selected “get a discount if not a winner” option in the raffle application and unfortunately hasn’t been selected as the winner by randomiser. We will get in touch with you this week as well with information on how to get and use your personal discount!
Stay tuned! PhpStorm team is always happy to meet you – just visit us at the booth at upcoming conferences such as Webinale in Berlin, Germany (June 3-5) and DPC in Amsterdam, the Netherlands (June 6-8). You can always find information about conferences we exhibit at in monthly community newsletter.
Develop with pleasure!
– JetBrains PhpStorm Team
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