TeamCity Plugin Contest: submissions are closed, you can now vote for the plugins
The TeamCity Plugin Contest has entered its final chapter as we yesterday closed the door to any more plugin submissions. We would like to thank every one of the participants who spread the word, joined the contest, and spent their valuable time developing new plugins. Thank you all – we really appreciate your efforts!
Of the 89 developers registered for the contest, 15 submitted valid plugins, each of whom have received a 1-year subscription to a JetBrains IDE of their choice. Congratulations!
Submissions for the contest are now closed, and so begins the judging and voting for the best plugin. You can review all the submitted plugins and vote for the ones you like the best. The author of the most voted plugin will receive the People’s Choice Award.
We will announce the five winners on July 17.
So fingers-crossed, be patient, and don’t forget to pick your favorite plugins. Follow our blog or twitter for the winners’ announcement.
Thanks again and happy building!
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