GestaltIT quiz: part 1/7 - What the Xsigo? Win an iPod Nano (among others).

By Renegade on Wednesday 4 November 2009 19:56 - Comments (2)
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Ok, so here is the deal. If you read my last two blog posts you will know about GestaltIT by now, and the fact that I will be traveling to San Jose in California next week. Part of the fun is to interact with the people attending, but what do the people reading the blogs get from it (beside the posts and tweets? Well, you get a chance to win one of the prizes, among them a new Ipod Nano with video.

You don't have to participate each day in order to be eligible for one of the prizes, but participating over the course of these seven day won't hurt your chances of winning either. :P

So, what do you need to do? Search? Nope! How about google then? Well, you can, but you don't need to. The only thing you need to enter is to just fill out what you think is the best answer. There is no right or wrong, it's all just a matter of finding out if the people know about the company and perhaps even the product(s).

In this case the first company to kick off the event is called Xsigo. Peoplo who attended VMworld 2009 almost certainly encountered Xsigo’s products, whether they were aware of it or not.

So, what do you do to enter the event? Simple, just click here and fill out what you think applies.

Have fun, and I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you! :)

[Update]
The second part of this daily contest is also online. In it you will find some questions about MDS Micro.

Volgende: GestaltIT quiz: part 3/7 - Symantec does storage? Win an iPod Nano (among others). 11-'09 GestaltIT quiz: part 3/7 - Symantec does storage? Win an iPod Nano (among others).
Volgende: Prepare to zjoin ze gestalt...! Or GestaltIT tech field day preparation. 11-'09 Prepare to zjoin ze gestalt...! Or GestaltIT tech field day preparation.

Comments


By Japke, Wednesday 4 November 2009 22:58

Btw in the fine print of the contest rules ( http://gestaltit.com/feat...g-tech-field-day-contest/ ) it says the following:
Canadians and others with similar laws must demonstrate the skill of knowing the answers to the quiz questions. Americans apparently need no special skills.
Should we show skills as Europeans or can we join the Americans in this one?

By Tweakers user X-DraGoN, Thursday 5 November 2009 09:43

haha, die regels voor die quiz zijn hilarisch!

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