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Devvy Awards, Nominate your WM Favorites
XDA member quicksite has put great effort on compiling the best of XDA in several Windows Mobile developing categories such as Outstanding Achievement for New Application Development, Interface Shell & Application Launcher, Utility/Applet/Scripting development, XDA ROM Chefs Hall of Fame, etc just to mention a few.
12 categories for WM world in XDA are ready for you to nominate your selected ones, so step in and vote!
OP recommends to use the pre established format included at the bottom of post 3.
Later Android nominations will be up too.
Originally posted by quicksite
You may wish to copy and paste this next BLOCK of text into your reply post, to make it easier to add your entries:
Division 1 …… WINDOWS MOBILE Operating System
- Outstanding Achievement for New Application Development for Windows Mobile
- Outstanding Achievement for Essential OS Replacement Interface Components & Functions for Windows Mobile (these would include Keyboards, Dialers, Contacts, Notification Systems, etc)
- Outstanding Achievement for Interface Shell & Application Launcher for Windows Mobile
- Outstanding Achievement for Utility/Applet/Scripting development for Windows Mobile
You can find more information in the nominations thread.
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