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Think EXTREME…with the Extreme Tech Challenge

Think EXTREME…with the Extreme Tech Challenge

September 10, 2014 0 Comments

Calling all surfers, snowboards and climbers. Just kidding! Though they may not be quite as extreme, we’re calling all developers!

You may have heard that CES 2015 will play host to a new start-up competition, the Extreme Tech Challenge (XTC), a unique competition designed to fuel the world's top emerging tech entrepreneurs and accelerate their success. Big names such as Amazon, IBM, Samsung, and even Red Bull are on board, putting up prize money, offering infrastructure, and mentoring the next wave of billionaires as they try to develop the latest hit app.

But did you know that Progress is sponsoring XTC and running a contest within a contest to spark the next breakthrough business application?

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Here’s the deal:

Build an application using one or more of the three Progress technologies:

  • Progress Rollbase - Rapid application development for web and mobile in the cloud
  • Progress Modulus - Proven platform to deploy, manage, monitor and scale Node.js applications
  • Progress Corticon – Rules engine to add sophisticated, automated decisioning to your application

Participants in the Progress XTC-Challenge will receive free development licenses to Progress Rollbase, Progress Corticon and/or Modulus as well as complimentary product training and mentoring. 1st Prize is $25,000 USD in Market Development Funds and 2nd & 3rd Prize are $5,000 USD in Market Development Funds.

See you in Vegas!

Paul Nashawaty

As the senior director of product marketing and strategy for the Progress solutions and audience marketing team, Paul Nashawaty keeps his eyes peeled on what enterprises are doing about big data as it relates to digital transformation. Paul is responsible for applying practical business methodologies using technological solutions to drive success in organizations.

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