You've got just 13 days to win a $500 Amazon gift card, so say something nice on Twitter by using this hashtag #MyEclipseBecause. Say something nice about why you like our MyEclipse developer tool, something that shows you care, and we'll enter you into a raffle for some spending money this holiday season.  

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Follow @Genuitec on Twitter and send a tweet using #MyEclipseBecause with your favorite feature or how MyEclipse makes development a joy. Each tweet catalogued using the #MyEclipseBecause hashtag scores you an entry into the raffle.

For those of you who don’t do Twitter, you can also send us an email and use #MyEclipseBecause in the subject line with a simple message on why you love MyEclipse.

The raffle ends on Tuesday, December 16th at midnight. The lucky winner will be announced in our December newsletter, as well as in a blog post releasing on December 17th.

Good luck in the raffle and thank you again for choosing the MyEclipse IDE - we're rooting for you!

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Posted on Dec 3rd 2014