Oh, and there’s about $40,000 up for grabs if our predictions are correct.
What’s the plan?
A little history here - we have run a number of challenges since we started the Wear test series. We’re running this challenge to start with a new clean base before we fork it into separate development streams so we can run multiple simultaneous challenges. For this reason the code is very simple at this point - which means it’s a great time for new developers to jump on board.
New to Wear test? This is the time to get involved.
MESH01 June Code Blitz
For this MESH01 June Code Blitz, here are the rules:
From 06/01/13 through 06/30/13, we will pull the top four leaders by POINTS won for all MESH01 (Platform = MESH01) challenges by end date. Note that [Points = Dollars won]. For example, if you win $1,000 on an eligible challenge, that will equate to 1,000 points towards this Code Blitz.There will be four top winners chosen:
- The top two winners (1st and 2nd place) will receive an additional 50% bonus on top of whatever earnings they received during the course of this MESH01 Code Blitz. For example, if the top winner by points has won $5,000 through challenges, that winner will receive an additional $2,500 Code Blitz bonus for a total of $7,500!
- The next two winners (3rd and 4th place) will receive an additional 25% bonus on top of whatever earnings they received during the course of this MESH01 Code Blitz.As well - any member who wins their first MESH01 (Platform = MESH01 or challenge name contains “Wear test:”) challenge (1st, 2nd, or 3rd place with monetary winnings) during this blitz will receive an additional 100% bonus. For example, if a member wins $1,000 for the first time for a MESH01 (Platform = MESH01 or challenge name contains “Wear test:”) challenge, that winner will receive an additional $1,000 Code Blitz bonus for a total of $2,000!
To stay on top of all the challenges, since there will be plenty, we have a subscription form below that will notify you as soon as items are posted so you can be first to know, and therefore first to compete: