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Did you get your wiki on last week? Were you one of the thousands of Confluence fans looking to win a Boxee Box and TV? What about an Xbox Kinect and Kindle? Maybe you were after an iPad 2 or a Nikon DSLR? For the geek in all of us, perhaps you wanted that golden ticket to Google I/0? You name it, we gave it away. If you didn’t win we’re giving you the chance to win $15,000 in cold hard cash so you can buy all of these gadgets and more!

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15 minutes could win you $15,000

No, that’s not a typo. Codegeist 2011 is well underway with $45,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs, including a $15,000 cash prize for the best Speakeasy extension.

What is Speakeasy?

Ever wanted to be able to personalize Confluence, perhaps to remove a click or two with AJAX to speed up a common task? Enter Speakeasy.

Speakeasy is a new way to build on top of Confluence. With Speakeasy anyone with frontend development skills–Javascript, CSS, HTML, etc–can build a personalization or extension to Confluence. As we all know, frontend development is insanely fast, avoiding compiling, complex interfaces, and difficult development environments. Building a Speakeasy extension can take just a few minutes, and can save you and your team tons of time. Do note, though, that we don’t have a 1.0 version of Speakeasy just yet.

The race is on

We’re in the last week of Codegeist 2011. You’ve got nothing to lose, so give Speakeasy a go and submit what you built for a chance to win $15,000!

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