If you are into the latest and greatest that the Web has to offer and happen to be in Sydney on the 22nd-23rd March, then you will want to get to WebDU!
Builder AU has 5 passes to give away for the upcoming webDU conference. To receive one of these five passes simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell, link to or present Builder AU with your favourite or least favourite examples of Flash.
The top 5 entrants as judged by the Builder AU editorial team will be awarded one (1) pass to webDU — tickets are normally worth $800 each!
What is webDU 2007?
WebDU is a conference focussed towards web technology featuring local and international speakers. This years conference features four session tracks: Web Experience, Flash Platform, ColdFusion and Rich Internet Application Development. Covering topics from Flash fundamentals, CSS based design, ColdFusion insights, to Flex, AJAX and team process management.
WebDU 2007 will be held 22-23 March at The Hilton Conference Centre in Sydney.
Find out more about WebDU at www.webdu.com.au
Send your entries to email@example.com by 5pm Friday 9th March 2007 AEST. Please include your full name and daytime contact details in your entry. Judging will take place from the 10th to the 13th March in the Builder AU office and we'll inform and post the winners names by Wednesday 14th March 2007.
This is a skill based competition. The five readers sending in the most insightful/funny/interesting response as judged by the Builder AU team will win!
Entry is only open to Australian residents. Employees of the Promoter, its affiliates & agencies associated with the promotion (& their immediate families) are ineligible.
Other Terms and Conditions
The Builder AU Editor and promoter's decision in relation to any aspect of this promotion is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into.
The winner(s) for each competition will be notified immediately using the contact details provided on their entry. If the Promoter receives no response from the winner within 7 days of notification the Promoter will conduct a redraw of the prize at the original place designated for the competition and a new winner will be drawn and notified. If the winner of a prize is under the age of 18 years, the prize will be awarded to the winner's parent or guardian.
Entry into this promotion shall be deemed an acknowledgment and acceptance of these conditions. Promoter accepts no responsibility for illegible, damaged, late or misdirected entries/claims for any reason. Proof of posting online shall not constitute proof of delivery. Promoter's decision in relation to any aspect of this promotion is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into.
Promoter reserves the right to verify the validity of claims and entries and disqualify any entrant for tampering with the entry process, or for submitting a claim or entry that is not in accordance with these conditions.
Promoter shall not be liable for, and takes no responsibility in relation to, any loss or damage whatsoever suffered (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss), or for personal injury suffered or sustained, as a result of taking any prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
In the event of war, terrorism, state of emergency or disaster, the promoter reserves the right (subject to any written directions from the SA Lottery Department, Revenue SA) to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the promotion, subject to an written directions or conditions from any other relevant state or authority.
Insurance and warranty for the products will be the responsibility of the vendor suppliers of the prize.
Some would say that it is a long way from software engineering to journalism, others would correctly argue that it is a mere 10 metres according to the floor plan.During his first five years with CBS Interactive, Chris started his journalistic adventure in 2006 as the Editor of Builder AU after originally joining the company as a programmer.Leaving CBS Interactive in 2010 to follow his deep desire to study the snowdrifts and culinary delights of Canada, Chris based himself in Vancouver and paid for his new snowboarding and poutine cravings as a programmer for a lifestyle gaming startup.Chris returns to CBS in 2011 as the Editor of TechRepublic Australia determined to meld together his programming and journalistic tendencies once and for all.In his free time, Chris is often seen yelling at different operating systems for their own unique failures, avoiding the dreaded tech support calls from relatives, and conducting extensive studies of internets — he claims he once read an entire one.