And just like that, the holidays are upon us! We know that this can be a really stressful time for many so we’d like to take this opportunity to say... Thank you for being a loyal customer! 

We know that you have other options, and we are super appreciative that you’ve chosen MyEclipse as your IDE of choice. Thank you for allowing us to be part of your daily work life! We’re proud to offer you the best in modern application development technologies.

bob-christmasAs a special thank you, we’d like to invite you to participate in our holiday raffle. Beginning today, you can enter to win a $500 Amazon gift card by tweeting some love for MyEclipse.

How to Enter.
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 prescribe to 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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