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Intel AppUp Developer Challenge

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I'm happy to announce that Intel's AppUp Developer Program will be sponsoring Dream.In.Code over the next couple months. They were passionate about reaching the talented developers at Dream.In.Code for their AppUp Developer Challenge. This is one of the few times our DIC++ members will ever see this type of sponsorship and we hope you find it valuable and interesting and would encourage everyone interested to submit an app of their own.

What is the Intel AppUp Developer Program?
  • Provides developers with everything they need to create and then sell their applications to users of millions of Intel® Atom™ processor-based devices.
  • Gives developers, OEMs, and the ecosystem a framework to deliver great new applications directly to consumers.
  • The Program provides software development support, application validation, and a worldwide distribution channel for applications and application components. For more details, see the Intel AppUp Developer Program Overview.

What are the benefits of joining the Intel AppUp Developer Program?
By joining the Intel AppUp Developer Program, you are able to make an impact on the growing market for netbooks and emerging market for tablets based on Intel® Atom™ processors, while earning revenue in the process. Netbooks and tablets are quickly expanding in market share of mobile devices. New interesting applications will help give consumers new experiences with them and help them discover new, exciting uses for these devices.

For contest information, visit their Developer Challenge site to check out the various categories and prizes

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02 June 2011 - 10:34 AM
The contests end in a few days and some are over already :(


02 June 2011 - 10:56 AM
Yeh, I saw that. I've emailed them about it. This was supposed to start at the beginning of May, so we may be changing it up a bit for them would be my guess.


02 June 2011 - 12:24 PM
Sounds like they are extending it through August 15th.


03 June 2011 - 08:30 AM
Is this in response to the news that MS will be releasing Windows builds that run on ARM as well? Trying to make it costly to shift to ARM by building up an app base? :P
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