Jimmy McGee · Jun 16, 2012 at 03:00 pm

Contest: Win an ARM CORTEX M0 Development Board – XDA TV

In today’s video XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler announces a contest for a STM32 F0 Discovery ARM Cortex Development Board.

Contest   

  •    Enter your idea in this thread
  •    Add pictures, links, video or whatever else you can add.
  •     Do anything you can (except create new accounts) to get people to click the thanks button
  •     Contest ends Saturday, 23 June 2012
  •     Winner gets a STM32f0 Discovery board

Rules

  • Anyone caught creating new accounts will be disqualified. There are automated systems in place for detecting this which alert admins and senior moderators to pay attention to your new account for review.
  • One post per person. Multiple posts will be deleted. No exceptions.
  • Use of social media (Google+, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube) are encouraged.

TLDR
You have one week. Put your idea in this thread, then get on your favorite social media service to get people to click that thanks button on your post.

So check out the video to see the prize and then head on over to the contest thread and enter.

 

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