You can now win one of the two Xbox 360 4GB Kinect Game Console Bundles! Simple, “Starting next week on August 30th at 9:00 a.m. PST, Microsoft is kicking off Microsoft Path to the Private Cloud Contest.”
“During the contest you’ll have the opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge of Microsoft virtualization, systems management and private cloud offerings by being the first to provide the correct answers to three questions posted daily on the Microsoft Server and Cloud Platform blog,” informed Microsoft.
Any U.S. resident (50 US + D.C.), 18 years and over can play.
How to participate:
There will be two separate opportunities to win one of two Xbox 360 4GB Kinect game console bundles by answering three questions posted on August 30th and another three questions that will be posted on August 31st. You’ll only be eligible to win once though and we will only accept three (3) entries per person per Prize Period.
You will also need a free Twitter account to participate if you don’t already have one. Once you have your Twitter account you’ll need to follow us at @MSServerCloud in order to submit your answers.
How to play:
On August 30th we’ll post one question per hour, starting at approximately 9:00 a.m. PST here on the Microsoft Server and Cloud Platform blog. We will post the second question at 10:00 a.m. PST and the third at 11:00 a.m. PST on the same day. This process will be repeated on August 31st.
HOW DO I ENTER?
During each Prize Period three different trivia questions will be posted online at http://blogs.technet.com/b/server-cloud/. To Enter you must do the following within each Prize Period:
- Sign into your Twitter account and follow the links and instructions to become a follower of @MSServerCloud
- From your own account, send a single direct tweet message to @MSServerCloud with the correct answer to all three questions posted on http://blogs.technet.com/b/server-cloud/
We will only accept three (3) entries per person per Prize Period. We are not responsible for entries that we do not receive for any reason, or for entries that we receive but are not decipherable for any reason.