It has been an exciting week here at Genuitec! We've celebrated 3 product releases and now we get to celebrate with the winners of our #Mobile1K raffle.

Without further ado... raffle-bob-07 copy

Our grand prize, consisting of an iPad Air, a Samsung Galaxy Pro Tab, and developer licenses for Apple and Google will go to kdhada.

Our 1st Top Referral prize of SSD web hosting, courtesy of RoseHosting.com will go to Dilawar Sultan.

And our 2nd Top Referral prize, a 3-pack of MyEclipse Pro Secure licenses, will go to Hirashar.

Congrats to all of our winners. As well as a huge thank you to all who participated.

Our raffles are taking a break for the summer. Be sure to stay tuned with promotions and happenings by connecting with us on Twitter @Genuitec.

Related Posts

CodeMix – Better with You! Thanks to detailed feedback from our awesome users, our team has been hard at work adding stability, reliability and performance fixes, and enhancements, to CodeMix. Read on for the deets on what’s new in CodeMix over the last month.Editing & ValidationWhen editing TypeScript files, error markers were sometimes not cleared when the error was fi...
Laravel Validation in Eclipse Request input validation is an important aspect of building any application, ensuring that the input matches values expected to complete a given operation. Laravel is a PHP web framework, following the MVC architectural pattern. It provides several built-in methods, which help in handling request input validation.  In this article, we will be looki...
CodeMix 2.0 Is Out! Pipelines, CodeMining and More... It’s fall, and we’ve just dropped our hottest release of the year, CodeMix 2.0! Well past the CodeMix 1 growing pains, we’re hitting prime time with this release, which includes the best features from Webclipse 1.x, as well as exciting new modern web tech that CodeMix brings to Eclipse from VS Code.Exciting CodeMix CapabilitiesCodeMix is an Eclipse...
A Day with Dani: Angular Coding with Angular IDE +... Now that I’ve acquired a pretty good amount of knowledge with Python, I have decided to test the waters of Angular development. Already being familiar with CSS, HTML and JavaScript, I was advised to start looking into learning this language. I love working with web technologies, so I went ahead and took an Angular crash course to get me started. Af...

Posted on Jun 30th 2014