Win a ticket to OSCON Amsterdam!

As I mentioned several weeks ago, OSCON is coming to Europe for the first time ever and will be held in Amsterdam on 26th and 27th of October.

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Some pretty cool tech com­pa­nies will be there – GitHub, DataS­tax, Google, Thought­Works, Pay­Pal, Heroku and Spo­tify to name a few! I will be talk­ing about “Mod­el­ling Game Econ­omy with Neo4j” there. And as a build-up to the main conference I’ll also be doing a webcast on Elm on Sep 15th.

 

The good folks at O’Reilly has been very kind to offer a FREE ticket to OSCON (worth €855 + 21% VAT) to one lucky reader of this blog!

To enter, just submit a comment below and tell us what is your favourite open source project. I’ll pick a random commenter as the winner in about two weeks time and announce it on this blog.

 

To get things started, my favourite open source project at the moment is a tie between Paket and FAKE, many thanks to Steffen for starting both projects!

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