Next Thursday, March 26, 2020, our friends at Telerik will host an "Quarantined Coding" on Twitch. We have decided to support our colleagues in this and we are delighted to see anyone who is also watching or participating. The Telerik developers will split into teams to see who can create the craziest/most silly/nonsensical app to make working from home fun.
That's how it's going to work
The Progress Developer Advocates are divided into two teams:
Team cabin: TJ VanToll & Sam Basu vs. Team Fever: Alyssa Nicoll & Ed Charbeneau.
Each team has four hours to create an app live on Twitch - with any language and framework they want - to make working from home fun. The crazier the app, the better. You need your help to build the apps, and we need your help to assess them!
You can join at any time! We will be live between 7 am and 7 pm (US Eastern Time), i.e. between 12 pm and midnight German time. We'd like to hear all your app suggestions and get your help with the code. We will award random prizes throughout the day to people who participate in the chat. So bring your wildest, funniest and most dreamy suggestions and let's see what we can build together!
At the end of the day, we'll find the winner via a Twitter poll that's open for 24 hours. This allows everyone to vote during the waking hours. If you tweet about quarantine encoding using the hashtag #CodeItLive, you have more chances to win random prizes!
You don't need to register, but you'll need a "a href="https://www.twitch.tv/">Twitch account (free) to join the chat, and a "a href="https://twitter.com/">Twitter account (also free) to vote.
We look forward to seeing you!
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