Access Show Developer Contest: Win Xbox 360, Zune, or Windows 7

With the release of Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Betas, Microsoft is “looking for real-world solutions using Access Services.” “Any application qualifies so long as part of its accessible in browser through Web forms or reports. It can be something you’ve built before and are looking to extend to the Web, or a new app […]

With the release of Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Betas, Microsoft is “looking for real-world solutions using Access Services.” “Any application qualifies so long as part of its accessible in browser through Web forms or reports. It can be something you’ve built before and are looking to extend to the Web, or a new app built completely from scratch,” revealed. The prices include: 1st place prize is an Xbox 360 Elite, 2nd a copy of Windows 7 Ultimate, 3rd a 32GB Zune, 4th-8th place prizes, copy of Windows 7 Home Premium, 20 runners up will receive their choice of an “I Love VBA,” “I Love Access,” “I Love Macros” or “Macro Enthusiast” tee-shirt. Here’re the steps: 1. Build a real-world Access application using Access Web designers and publish it to SharePoint Server so it runs on Access Services 2. Record a walkthrough less than 5 minutes of your application using Community Clips recorder or a recorder of your choice 3. Submit the video to a public facing website, such as YouTube, and email us your submission.

More info: Official contest rules