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  • Ft. Lauderdale CodeCamp 2007. One word.... Outstanding

    Last week, I gave a session at the Ft. Lauderdale CodeCamp.  They just seem to be getting better each time the folks at Ft. Lauderdale throw them.  It was really demonstrated this year when the team of CodeCamp veterans went to work.  For starters, there was attendance of over 500, which is a impressive size for a codecamp.  The choice of location was also really smart.  It was held at Devry University.  The University is filled with classrooms that are set up for presentations by default.  The layout also was also really conducive to starting chats with Fellow CodeCampers, which is IMHO one of the most poowerful aspects of CodeCamps.  While it is true that you learn quite a bit from the sessions, having an opportunity to speak with your fellow techies and the people that run techie companies in South Florida is very likely to help you to network and will come back to help you the next time that you are looking for that next contract or new job.

    This year was another first for me.  I did just one session!  The session was  titled "For Love or Money: Ensuring a long a prosperous IT career" and it was very well recieved by the audience.  Normally, I have to employ my Ninja skills to dodge the oranges and tomatoes being thrown, but not this time.  I am sure that a big part of it had to do with my other Co-Presenters, Alex Funkhouser and Lesley Frohman.  Alex is the president of Sherlock Technology Recruiting as well as a CodeCamp organizer and Lesley is Vice President of Sales, so we had the big guns in use.  The session was not your standard powperpoint deck or set of demos that you will normally come across at tech conferences.   It was closer to a theatrical performance. The first half consisted of a mock interview at CodeCorp where Alex played the part of the Interviewer and Lesley the Interviewee.  They went through some common interview questions, but demonstrating the worst possible (but very common) answers that you could give.  As soon as Lesley answered each question, I would jump in and explain why that answer was wrong and what might be a better way to answer the question.  My perspective was from somebody who has been on both the interviewer and interviewee side of the table.  I have definitely seen more than my fair share of common mistakes and innapropriate responses to questions.  What really made this interview scenario helpful was that Alex and Leslie would then  follow my analysis with their advice and insight from the recruiters point of view along with tips and ways to handle each type of question.  The goal was to offer the audience the best of both worlds, advice from the techie and headhunter at the same time.  If anybody knows the kinds of things that companies look for when hiring, it is Lesley and Alex.   Once we finished the mock interview, we opened up the floor to a very interactive open discussion with the audience.  That's right, half of the session was just pure, hardcore open forum and Q&A that ran to the end of the session.  There were some really good discussions!  The audience seemed to really like the open discussion format and got really involved.  In the end, it was a good time had by all.

    The closing ceremonies was alot of fun.  You could tell that the attendees had a great time.  There was just that energy in the air that is hard to describe, but you know exists.  I also enjoyed seeing some old friends of mine that I had not seen in a while, Jason Beres, Sheri and Beres 2.0.  We had a good time catching up and he chatted with all the fans of Infragistics. Jason did a good job of representing.  Joe Healy, Sherv, Dave Noderer had everybody cracking up at the closing, while they were giving out a mountain of SWAG.  Whenever you get them together you have nothing but trouble, especially if they have a microphone and are in front of a group of fellow geeks.

    If you would like to see some pictures and blogs about the event, you can find it on the CodeCamp Website: http://codecamp07.fladotnet.com/

    In closing, big props goes out to the 2007 South Florida CodeCamp team for a Job Well Done.  Nicely done, guys!

    Joe Healy
    Russ Fustino
    Mihir Patel
    Shervin Shakibi
    Dave Noderer
    Alex Funkhouser
    Morgan Baker
    Pierre Donyegro

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  • Community Credit Prizes for February 2007

    Note: As always, our prize list can be found on our "Stupid Prizes Page"Check it out to see past prizes and contest winners.

    The items below show the prizes that you can win at Community-Credit this month(February 2007 ). You can have a chance at earning one of these prizes by contributing to the development community this month.  Simply log your contributions (points awarded for close to 100 types) and the geeks with the most points at the end of February 2007 Contest will win one of the prizes shown below. You can also see the past winners and prizes on our Stupid Prize Page.


    But first... a word from our Sponsor: StupidCubicle.com
    This month we are happy to have a brand new sponsor. It is our sister site, StupidCubicle.com . The site only has a few products right now, but they are cool products. Be sure to give them some love.  Drop us an email and let us know what you think.




    Onto this Month's Prizes...
    Grand Prize: USB Rocket Launcher

    The arms race is on. The workplace has become a dangerous place, but once upon a time, it was all a laugh. Back in the day, your workmates chased each other with squirt-guns, then disc-guns. Everybody laughed when somebody brought in the harmless Airzooka. Gleefully, somebody brought in a marshmallow blaster.

    Then it went kinda nuts. Sonic Grenades, catapults, lightsabers, ninjas... Suddenly, it was less about harmless fun. Suddenly, things got serious. Deadly serious. The day that the guy down the hall brought in the USB Missile Launcher was the day the gauntlet was thrown down.

    Today is the day it gets picked up, and slapped across the face of your office enemy. The USB Rocket Launcher has more than twice the range of his missile launcher - yeah, I said twice the range. Now you can be the one your cube-neighbors fear, and fear leads to respect... or does fear





    1st Prize: Star Wars Battleship Game

    An exciting edition of a classic board game, this electronic version evokes the sounds and images of Star Wars in four different strategy games, including solo play and player-to-player challenge. The system guides players through the different games with digitized voice commands, while the distinctive sound of ion cannons, concussion missiles, and proton torpedoes signal salvo launches as players try to knock out their opponents Star Destroyers, X-Wing Fighters, Millenium Falcon, and other iconic ships from the movie series.



    2nd Prize: Albert Einstein Action Figure

    Dressed for intense classroom action, this Albert Einstein Action Figure stands with a piece of chalk in his hand, poised to explain relativity or do battle with the forces of entropy. Fits in nicely with any office, cube or dorm decor and features realistic disheveled hair! Very few people on this planet have ever had the ability to go as far as Einstein has in comprehending the fundamental principles of the Universe. So we here at Community Credit think of that as sort of a super power worthy of the title 'Superhero Action Figure'. Sure he might not have been able to fly, breathe underwater or emit spider webs from his wrist - but he could melt your mind in a heartbeat with just a single attempt at explaining the Universe to you. Now that's power!



    3rd Prize: USB Mini Lava Lamp

    Whether it's a late-night coding marathon or just your typical afternoon staring at spreadsheets, the USB Mini Lava Lamp will help you relax. Just plug it into your USB port for power and this little desktop ambiance generator will do the rest. Filled with clear "lava" and a bunch of glitter flakes, this light creates something resembling a disco ball effect on your desk and walls.

    The USB Mini Lava Lamp is an authentic Original Lava Brand® product and comes with a single replaceable lightbulb. It stands about 6" tall and connects using a coiled USB cable that stretches to about 4 feet.





    4th Prize: NES Buckle

    The NES Buckle is a must own for any old school Nintendo fan. It didn't let you down when you went up against Bowser, and it won't let you down now that it's holding up your pants. Bonds like this are hard to find. The NES Buckle is made from a real, genuine NES controlle.



    5th Prize: Microbot

    If you were as tall as a human hair is wide, MYMICROBOTS Brand Robots would tower over you. They’d be gigantic statues of your prefabricated overlords, or something like that. But since you aren’t that small, you’ll be able to get your MYMICROBOTS Brand Robots to do your every whim – so long as all your whims involve not moving and looking cool.

    MYMICROBOTS Brand Robots are actually just static statues of really slick robot designs. Each one is around 500 microns in size, with some features as small as 10 microns (an average human hair is about 150 microns in diameter). Each robot comes in a space age plastic case (approx. 3.5" in diameter), with an integrated low power magnifier for tempting glimpses into their microscopic world. And, every robot is meticulously crafted from a different material. Using precision fabrication technology, MYMICROBOTS Brand Robots are made using the same procedures and equipment used to make micro-fluidic bio-sensors, capillary electrophoresis chips, and electro-statically actuated resonant amplitude grating structures (among other things). But don't worry, MYMICROBOTS Brand Robots don't let that pedigree go to their heads; well, not too much.





    6th Prize: Techies Unite

    Your grandmother just launched her own website. The revolution will not, in fact, be televised - it will be webcast. And forget about those corporate suits upstairs in the corner office, because it's the techies who hold all the real business power today. It's a strange new world - and nobody embodies the high-tech zeitgeist more thoroughly, more knowingly, or more hilariously, than...Helen, sweetheart of the Internet! It's her universe, we just live in it.

    Peter Zale's Techies Unite is a merciless, dead-on, and effortlessly hip send-up of the modern-day digital office. And Helen is an unforgettable creation - a sarcasm-laden smart bomb waiting to explode, a wry observer of technology's myriad drawbacks, and an irony-dripping fusion of geek savvy and cyber-punk attitude. That our Helen and she's no sweetheart.




    7th Prize: Dunny Series 2 Blind Boxed

    Eighteen new designs make up the latest smash-hit Dunny mini-figure series. World-renowned participating artists include: Cycle, Filth, Glenn Barr, Huck Gee, Kenzo Minami, Frank Kozik, Dr. Revolt, Queen Andrea, Sket One, Superdeux, Tado, Deph, Tristan, Upso, and others.
    Many secret accessories, hidden figures, stickers, and other surprises are to be had- like SIX hand painted Dunnys!

    Ever wonder what we mean when we describe an item as being of 'blind assortment'?

    When you purchase blind assortment figures they come packaged in identical boxes. The boxes are the same in every way and you can not see what is inside!

    On the side of the boxes will be a list of different possible figures. One of these figures awaits inside the box!

    The chances of you getting particular figures are listed as percentage rates.

    You sometimes have a chance of getting one of more than 20 different figures!

    When you open the boxes the figure will be wrapped in foil. At this point you STILL cannot tell which figure you got!

    Foil is used to wrap the figure so people dont open the box and peek inside! It is also used so people don't scan the boxes under X-ray machines.

    Finally! After peeling through the foil you see which figure you got!

    If by chance you get a figure that is not listed on the side of the box, Congratulations! You have found a rare 'chase' figure! Some of these figures are so rare and limited that people pay BIG $$ for them (We're talking hundreds here!).




    8th Prize: No Clue SQL Query

    Too bad you cant use SQL queries in the real world. We suppose it's also too bad that reality (whatever that is) doesn't have a command line mode. Or does it? And if it did, would we also have access to replication from this all encompassing command line? Go find out.



    9th Prize: Cosmic Rocket

    How does your Cosmic Rocket work? When vinegar is mixed with baking soda inside the rocket body, a gas called "carbon dioxide" is formed. With the chemical reaction continue to take place, more and more of the carbon dioxide is produced inside of the rocket. Up to point when the cavity of the rocket could not hold more of the gas, the gas accumulated will escape from the bottom of the rocket, results in a "thrust" which forces the rocket to fly. Your cosmic Rocket works using the same principle of motion science as a real rocket with both demonstrating Sir Isaac Newton's Law of Motion.





    10th Prize: Perplex City Card Game

    Hidden somewhere in the world is a buried treasure with a $200,000 reward. All you have to do to claim the bounty is solve a series of cryptic puzzles. Sounds simple? Well, it's not. Perplex City is an Alternate Reality Game (ARG) that blends real-life treasure hunting, interactive fiction, puzzle-solving, online communities, and live events in cities around the world. It's a sort of bizarre mix between Alice in Wonderland and The Matrix



    11th Prize: Grow a Geek

    Need more Geek Friends?  You are in luck!  With just one cup of water, you can grow one to solve any math problem or write any piece of software that you need.



    12th Prize: The Spam Letters

    From the man behind TheSpamLetters.com - featured in Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times, and Slashdot - comes a collection of brilliant and entertaining correspondence with the people who send out mass junk emailings (a.k.a. spam). Compiled from the nearly 200 entries written by Jonathan Land, The Spam Letters taunts, prods, and parodies the faceless salespeople in your inbox, giving you a chuckle at their expense. If you hate spam, you'll love The Spam Letters.

    Besides poking fun at spammers, Jonathan Land is also an accomplished stick figure artist (seriously) and a participant in the experimental musical group Negativland. Born and raised in New York City, he now lives across the Hudson with his girlfriend Jill and their three cats, two guinea pigs, and one bunny. The cuteness of the small mammals helps offset his overwhelming negativity. He receives about 400 pieces of spam a day.





    13th Prize: Ninja-pault

    Four little Ninjas. Waiting. Waiting for just the right moment. The moment when all the elements say, “The time to strike is now.” And then, they spring into action. One by one, they are loaded into the Ninja Attack warrior deployment device. And one by one, they fly through the air into battle.

    Silently landing on their target's desk, Eric, Roger, Al, and Takashi will do that special thing Ninjas do. You'll just have to stop by to pick them up when the mission is done. The Ninja Attack launcher is a basic catapult (5 ¾” long), with a cover to hold a Ninja securely in the loaded position. Always have a Ninja ready – you never know when you'll need one. You'll get 4 different, 1 ¼” warriors; your target will get a giant Ninja spanking




    14th Prize: Nintendo DS Water Game

    With retro water-game nostalgia in a tiny Nintendo DS format these mini Japanese toys are perfect for lording over your die-hard Nintendo fan-boy friends.

    Simply fill with water and a drop of dishwashing soap (To reduce the water surface tension of course). Use the "controls" of the DS to squirt tiny water jets and maneuver the floating objects into the goal. There are three different styles each about 3" wide and featuring a Super Mario Brothers Character. Mario has gold coins that must be coaxed into a POW box, while Yoshi features tiny balls that you try to maneuver into two cups. As expected, Wario is the most difficult with star shaped rings that need to be looped over two spikes. Any will mesmerize or frustrate you depending on your patience level... and they never run out of batteries.





    15th Prize: Tektites

    The origin of tektites remains a mystery. The general consensus is they formed as a result of meteorites impacting with the earth's surface. Ages range from 800,000 to 35 million years old! Tektites are typically black or darkly colored and have rounded shapes, generally pitted on the outside and glassy on the inside.



    16th Prize: Licence Plate Holder

    Durable black plastic license frame holder. "WILL WORK FOR BANDWIDTH" written in bold letters across the bottom. You never know when this may come in handy?







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  • Community Credit Winners Recognized in February 2007

    Let's see who was recognized with geeky gifts in February 2007 ...
    Note: As always, our prize list with all of the past winners can be found on our "Stupid Prizes Page"

    The folks listed below have truly exceeded in their contributions to the development community and have been rewarded with some really geeky prizes. How did they win? They simply went above and beyond in their contributions to the development community and logged their contributions here and the geeks with the most points at the end of February 2007 Contest won one of the prizes shown below. 


    But first... a word from our Sponsor: StupidCubicle.com
    This month we are happy to have a brand new sponsor. It is our sister site, StupidCubicle.com . The site only has a few products right now, but they are cool products. Be sure to give them some love.  Drop us an email and let us know what you think.


    And now, onto the winners
    Grand Prize Winner:Marco Minerva with 193,800 Points points won a 2GB MobiBLU MP3 Player



    1st Prize Winner:Lorenzo Barbieri with 181,700 Points points won a iLamp



    2nd Prize Winner:Brad Jones with 75,200 Points points won a Stonehenge Pocket Watch



    3rd Prize Winner:Anand Narayanaswamy with 70,000 Points points won a Binary Wall Clock



    4th Prize Winner:Michele Locuratolo with 64,825 Points points won a Frogger Arcade Game



    5th Prize Winner:Michael Ruminer with 51,875 Points points won a Nintendo Monopoly



    5th Prize Winner:Joydip Kanjilal with 46,700 Points points won a I Write Code T-Shirt



    6th Prize Winner:Deepak Kumar Vasudevan with 38,675 Points points won a Classic Speed Racer Action Figure



    7th Prize Winner:Gian Maria Ricci with 38,500 Points points won a Human CD Holder



    8th Prize Winner:Laurent Duveau with 36,900 Points points won a Excuse Box



    9th Prize Winner:Vito Arconzo with 36,725 Points points won a Light Fingers



    10th Prize Winner:Lou Vega with 35,900 Points points won a Super Snow Bag



    11th Prize Winner:Davide De Santis with 34,500 Points points won a Shocking Duel Game



    12th Prize Winner:Shawn Weisfeld with 33,500 Points points won a Laser-Guided Scissors



    13th Prize Winner:Tammy McFarland with 31,000 Points points won a Annoying Thing (Crazy Frog)



    14th Prize Winner:Fabio Carucci with 30,525 Points points won a Man the Torpedo Puzzle



    15th Prize Winner:Tiziana Loporchio with 27,575 Points points won a 3D Stuffed Waky Pack



    16th Prize Winner:HimaBindu Vejella with 26,000 Points points won a Gollum Keychain





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  • Community Credit Winners Recognized in January 2007

    <SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 18px;font-weight:bold;FONT-FAMILY: Arial;color: #ff9933;">Let's see who was recognized with geeky gifts in January 2007 ...</SPAN><br/>
    Note: As always, our prize list with all of the past winners can be found on our "<A href="http://www.community-credit.com/CommunityCreditPrizePage.aspx" target="_blank" >Stupid Prizes Page</A>"<BR><BR>The folks listed below have truly exceeded in their contributions to the development community and have been rewarded with some really geeky prizes.  How did they win?  They simply went above and beyond in their contributions to the development community and logged their contributions <A href="http://www.community-credit.com/CommunityCreditInfo.aspx"  target="_blank">here</A> and the geeks with the most points at the end of&nbsp;January 2007 Contest won one of the prizes shown below.&nbsp;<BR><br/><br/>


    <strong><span style="FONT-SIZE: 18px;font-weight:bold;FONT-FAMILY: Arial;color: #ff9933;">But first... a word from our Sponsor: StupidCubicle.com</span></strong><br />
     This month we are happy to have a brand new sponsor.  It is our sister site, <a  href="http://www.StupidCubicle.com" target="_blank">StupidCubicle.com</a>
    . The site only has a few products right now, but they are cool products.  Be sure to give them some love.&nbsp; Drop us an email and let us know what you think.<br />
    <a href="http://www.StupidCubicle.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.stupidcubicle.com/Images/general/StupidCubicleLogoFull.jpg" /></a>
    <br/><br/>


    <strong><span style="FONT-SIZE: 18px;font-weight:bold;FONT-FAMILY: Arial;color: #ff9933;">And now, onto the winners</span></strong><br />
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>Grand Prize Winner:<b>Lorenzo Barbieri</b> with 88,000 Points points won a Digital Memo Pad<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/DigitalPad.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>1st Prize Winner:<b>Anand Narayanaswamy</b> with 71,875 Points points won a Remote Controlled Indoor Blimp<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/micro_blimp.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>2nd Prize Winner:<b>Sidhartha Gundavarapu</b> with 53,325 Points points won a Flying Alarm Clock<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/FlyingAlarmClock.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>3rd Prize Winner:<b>Marco Minerva</b> with 50,775 Points points won a Remote Control Battling Sumo Wrestlers<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/rc_sumo.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>4th Prize Winner:<b>Simone Chiaretta</b> with 39,000 Points points won a iDog<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/iDog_Large.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>5th Prize Winner:<b>Lou Vega</b> with 37,475 Points points won a Frustration Mug<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/FrustrationMug.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>6th Prize Winner:<b>Laurent Duveau</b> with 34,000 Points points won a Action Figure: The Wuss<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/Wuss.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>7th Prize Winner:<b>Vito Arconzo</b> with 33,650 Points points won a Atari 2600 Plug and Play Keychains<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/atari-keychains.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>8th Prize Winner:<b>Deepak Kumar Vasudevan</b> with 30,175 Points points won a Action Figure: The Suck Up<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/SuckUp.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>9th Prize Winner:<b>Raffaele Garofalo</b> with 30,000 Points points won a Star Wars Pez Pack <br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/StarWarsPez.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>10th Prize Winner:<b>HimaBindu Vejella</b> with 29,425 Points points won a Annoy-a-tron<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/annoyatron.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>11th Prize Winner:<b>Stephan Schmidt</b> with 26,000 Points points won a 3D Caffeine Molecule LED Keychain<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/caffeine_keychain.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>12th Prize Winner:<b>Sukanya</b> with 25,350 Points points won a Sea Monkey Ocean Zoo<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/SeaMonkeys.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>13th Prize Winner:<b>Brian Knight</b> with 24,000 Points points won a Slingshot Monkey<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/flyingmonkey-1.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>14th Prize Winner:<b>Vivek Thangaswamy</b> with 22,150 Points points won a Nintendo Mini Classics<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/gamewatch.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>15th Prize Winner:<b>Daniele Proietti</b> with 21,000 Points points won a Computer Bug Zapper <br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/BugZapper.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <FONT color=#006400 size=4>16th Prize Winner:<b>Michael Ruminer</b> with 20,550 Points points won a Stuffed Ulcer Microbe<br/>
    <IMG src="http://www.community-credit.com/images/prizes/Ulcer.jpg" border=0><br/><br/><br/>
    <br/><br/>


     

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  • Community Credit Winners Recognized in December 2006

    Let's see who was recognized with geeky gifts in December 2006 ...
    Note: As always, our prize list with all of the past winners can be found on our "Stupid Prizes Page"

    The folks listed below have truly exceeded in their contributions to the development community and have been rewarded with some really geeky prizes. How did they win? They simply went above and beyond in their contributions to the development community and logged their contributions here and the geeks with the most points at the end of December 2006 Contest won one of the prizes shown below. 


    But first... a word from our Sponsor: StupidCubicle.com
    This month we are happy to have a brand new sponsor. It is our sister site, StupidCubicle.com . The site only has a few products right now, but they are cool products. Be sure to give them some love.  Drop us an email and let us know what you think.


    And now, onto the winners
    Grand Prize Winner:Lorenzo Barbieri with 154,500 Points points won a Chewbacca 4GB mimobot Designer USB Flash Drive



    1st Prize Winner:Anand Narayanaswamy with 98,450 Points points won a Wooden Memory Stick



    2nd Prize Winner:Michele Locuratolo with 89,100 Points points won a Christmas Story Leg Nightlight



    3rd Prize Winner:Lou Vega with 85,050 Points points won a Star Trek Voice Activated Light Switch & Dimmer



    4th Prize Winner:DotNetGuts (DNG) with 62,400 Points points won a iFish



    5th Prize Winner:Sidhartha Gundavarapu with 56,225 Points points won a Star Trek Tek Classic Phaser



    6th Prize Winner:HimaBindu Vejella with 50,525 Points points won a Super Mario or Goomba Mouse



    7th Prize Winner:Vadivel Mohanakrishnan with 50,425 Points points won a Darth Maul Rubik's Cube Puzzle



    8th Prize Winner:Fabio Cozzolino with 49,100 Points points won a Obsessive Compulsive Action Figure



    9th Prize Winner:Vivek Thangaswamy with 43,300 Points points won a USB Christmas Decoration Kit



    10th Prize Winner:Brad Jones with 39,200 Points points won a Sonic Grenade



    11th Prize Winner:Vito Arconzo with 34,525 Points points won a RIAA Toilet Paper



    12th Prize Winner:Jaya Nehrukumar with 33,675 Points points won a Librarian Action Figure (Autographed by Nancy Pearl)



    13th Prize Winner:Sukanya with 32,200 Points points won a Power Flower



    14th Prize Winner:Laurent Duveau with 31,225 Points points won a Titanium Spork



    15th Prize Winner:Stephan Schmidt with 30,000 Points points won a Star Trek Captain Kirk in Chair Action Figure



    16th Prize Winner:Shawn Weisfeld with 28,000 Points points won a Mood Beams





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