MySpace Developer Challenge launched to encourage innovation from developer community

MySpace is hosting “MySpace Developer Challenge,” a competition aimed at encouraging further innovation from the developer community. “We believe the best onsite and offsite integrations with MySpace are not here yet and MySpace Developer Challenge intends to find them. We also want to reward innovative developers big and small and recognize them as much as […]

MySpace is hosting “MySpace Developer Challenge,” a competition aimed at encouraging further innovation from the developer community. “We believe the best onsite and offsite integrations with MySpace are not here yet and MySpace Developer Challenge intends to find them. We also want to reward innovative developers big and small and recognize them as much as we can. Developers can participate by creating a new MySpace application or integrating our API's on their website”. “The contest features five categories, and each category winner will be awarded $10,000 (for a total of $50,000) as well as MySpace promotion. There’s a two month submission window, culminating in winners announced at Games Developer Conference in San Francisco in March 2010. Submissions for Challenge will be accepted from Jan 4 through Feb 28, 2010, and most promising entries will be recognized in March,” announced Amy Walgenbach on Google Open Social API blog.

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