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Plugin Competition: An easy $10,000 for Java developers

 
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Atlassian announced "Codegeist," their first annual plug-in competition starting today (19 January!). Loads of prizes are available including a $5,000 first prize, licenses to great apps from JetBrains, Cenqua, and YourKit, subscriptions to MindReef and Sourcebeat, and Codegeist t-shirts. Individuals or teams of up to three people can develop Java-based plug-ins for either Atlassian JIRA or Confluence. The coolest, most useful, most elegant plug-ins will win; entries will be judged by the votes of the Atlassian Development team. For more information, visit http://www.atlassian.com/c/PR/10990/codegeist.
 
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