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C/C++ tools competition deadline extended

By Chris Williams. Published: 4th Jan 2003, 18:09:11 | Permalink | Printable

You now have until 12 Jan 2003

C/C++ tools and drobeAt the end of 2002, we launched an article competition, with the Castle's C/C++ compiler tools up for grabs. These have been generously donated by John Myers, who we reported on as the winner of the Iyonix in Castle's recent competition.

The original deadline was 5th January 2003. You'll be pleased to hear that it's been extended to the 12th January 2003.

All you have to do to enter is write an article about RISC OS, on any related topic of your choice, for publication on drobe.co.uk. Full competition rules can be found here. Please send any entries to competition@drobe.co.uk.

And of course, best of luck.

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Phew. My magnum opus on "how I've suffered in life as my parents never gave me a BBC B as a child" is almost done...

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