Kick off 2016 right with a sweet developer contest!
2016 is off and running, and we're sure you have as many exciting plans for the year as we do. Make any resolutions for the New Year? Here's a change to get off to a great start, and win a ridiculously cool prize pack filled with fun stuff to make the year awesome.
Things like a littleBits Smart Home kit, some wireless earbuds, a solar powered battery backup, 360 degree portable speakers, and a year of Remember the Milk Pro - to keep your 2016 todo list in order.
And, since February is a bit of a short month, we'll just tack that on to the contest so you have some extra time.
To win that prize pack of awesome, build something that helps you accomplish some task, keep some New Year's resolution, reach a goal, be more productive - basically give you a jump start in 2016. As always, your submission needs to be created during the contest.
Want some extra credit for hacking? Post your Nexmo API key (not secret) in this thread to have some added.
So what are you waiting for? There are some links below to help you get started, hit the 'register' button on the sidebar and get hacking!
Nexmo Docs & Resources:
- API Docs
- Github (Examples & Inspiration)
- Number Insight Standard (Beta)
- Number Insight Basic (Beta)
- Android Verify SDK (Beta)
- IOs Verify SDK (Beta)
This contest is open only to legal residents of the United States and other locations where this contest is not prohibited or restricted by law,
age eighteen (18) or over,
excluding employees of Company and members of their immediate families, and
- excluding entities (and their personnel and consultants) that provide services competitive with any of Company or its services.
Wholly original, and created during the contest.
Use Nexmo's APIs as authorized in the applicable documentation and the terms and conditions located at www.nexmo.com/terms-use.
Provided Nexmo access to test the submission.
How to enter
- Register on Devpost
- Check The Documentation
- Create something that uses Nexmo's products.
- Submit what you've built, and a way to test it, through Devpost before 11:45 PM on Feb 29th (GMT)
Developer Guy, Nexmo
Darth Developer, Nexmo
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How are Nexmo's APIs used? That use should be an core part of the submission.
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