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CodeCraft 3 deadline move: icebird.org take action

By Chris Williams. Published: 30th Apr 09:42:55 | Permalink | Printable

Mr Hill of RISC OS coding group icebird.org -organisers of this year's CodeCraft event- has been forced to postpone the event until a later date.

"Due to the low number of entries we decided to extend deadline to 10th of June. Also, there are some announcements for more entries to come", Mr. H informed drobe.co.uk via email. If you are a RISC OS programmer and you would like to show off your coding skills, Codecraft is the perfect oppotunity.

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