VAMP (Vereniging Actieve Mac Programmeurs – Association for Active Mac Programmers), a Dutch non-profit association, is organizing a programming competition for After Dark module programers.
Unlike similar contests sponsored by After Dark developer Berkeley
— Systems, VAMP will choose a winner based solely on programming creativity and skill, rather than visual aesthetics. Perhaps the best comparison would be with the annual MacHack contest for best hack.
Entries must consist of a completed After Dark module accompanied with full source code that runs with After Dark 2.0w or later, on a Macintosh using System 6.0.7 or later.
VAMP must receive entries before 31-Dec-93, and judging should be complete by April of 1994. Prizes consist of $500 for the overall winner and $250 for the runner-up, along with the "Symantec Special Prize" (the winner’s choice of a Symantec Macintosh Development Environment). Entries will also be submitted to Berkeley Systems for publication, which may result in additional prize money.
For more information via automatic reply, please send email to:
— Information from:
John W. Sinteur — [email protected]