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Topic # 57015 31-Jan-2010 15:30
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Microsoft will start pushing this promotion tomorrow (1st February), but it is already available so if you would like to be in to win an all paid trip to Los Angeles to attend the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference then read on:

"Microsoft would like to get to know NZ developers better so that we can better cater resources, training and events in the near future. We would like NZ developers to fill in a brief survey. Every completed response will go into a draw for a chance to win an all expense paid trip to the next Microsoft Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles. Terms and conditions apply."

The T&C and survey are here.










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  Reply # 294920 31-Jan-2010 15:54
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Sweet. Done.




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  Reply # 294969 31-Jan-2010 17:26
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I completed the survey then realised I never entered my name or email address. Where was that on the form?

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  Reply # 294972 31-Jan-2010 17:43
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Very last page, from memory.




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Did I win yet? No.. ok wake me later...

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