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09-11-2012 03:37 PM
From the blog post here.
It’s my pleasure to announce the 2012 BlackBerry Developer Community Awards!
It’s your turn to reward a fellow BlackBerry® developer who writes an awesome blog, always replies on Twitter®, or who has the answer on the BlackBerry Developer Support Forums. The BlackBerry Developer Community Awards is a community-based recognition program that relies on you, the BlackBerry development community.
There are six award categories and we need you to nominate and vote for the developers, evangelists and contributors that exemplify our community’s creativity and collaborative spirit.
Here’s how it works: from now until Sunday September 16th, you can make one nomination per category, either via our online form or Twitter. On Tuesday September 18th, we will announce the finalists in each category.
When the nominees are finalized on the 18th, we will open the platform for voting. Voting will close on Wednesday September 26th. We’ll tally the votes, and will announce the winners live! The ceremony will take place at the BlackBerry® Jam Americas TweetUp, located in the BlackBerry Social Lounge from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
Here are the categories:
Here’s how to nominate:
And here’s the timeline:
So get to it! Now is the time to recognize your fellow BlackBerry developers for their contributions. Head over to the BlackBerry Developer Community Awards page and nominate your favorites. We’ll see you at BlackBerry Jam Americas in San Jose, where we’ll announce the winners!
What do you think? Will some awards be more tightly contested than others? Is there a clear winner in any category? Sound off in the comments below.
09-18-2012 10:36 AM
09-18-2012 10:46 AM
The nomination phase is now complete. Cast you vote now.
Community Awards: http://hashawards.com/BBDevAwards
09-18-2012 10:47 AM
i seem not to be able to vote without a twitter account. i registered on the website, but when i click "vote" a popup opens to grant this site access to my twitter, i click "cancel and return" and get "Aww snap, you must be logged in", which i am.
I'm looking into this for you...
09-18-2012 01:44 PM
You do require a Twitter account in order to vote. No way around that unfortunately.