Announcement: FlashEff 2.0 for Flex License Winners


Last week, JumpeyeComponents, the creators of awesome Flash components such as FlashEff 2.0, and Six Revisions set out to award five Six Revisions readers a license for their newly released FlashEff 2.0 for Flex component. There were over a hundred participants, and today, we’d like to announce the winners.

Announcement: FlashEff 2.0 for Flex License Winners

The winners are:

Congratulations to the winners! You should’ve already received instructions on how to claim your prize.

Thank you JumpeyeComponents and participants!

I would like to thank the JumpeyeComponents team for deciding to provide the prizes for this giveaway. I would also like to thank the participants for sharing their opinion on what the thought was the best place to learn Flex. If you didn’t win this time, don’t worry, there will be more Six Revisions giveaways to come, so put the Six Revisions RSS feed in your feed reader to be instantly notified whenever a giveaway is posted!

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Jacob Gube is the Founder and Chief Editor of Six Revisions. He’s also a web developer/designer who specializes in front-end development (JavaScript, HTML, CSS) and PHP development. If you’d like to connect with him, head on over to the contact page and follow him on Twitter: @sixrevisions.

This was published on Dec 12, 2009


Earle Simers Dec 12 2009

Thank you so much for the give-away.

Michael Dec 12 2009

This could have not come at a better time! THANKS SO MUCH! Six Revisions & Jumpeye rule!

Jon Crim Dec 12 2009

Nice! Congratulations winners looks like a great product:)

Jacob Gube Dec 12 2009

Congratulations @Earle Simers and @Michael on your prizes!

Soner Gönül Dec 12 2009

They are great..!

zuwairiaiman Dec 13 2009

Congrate also… have a good day mate

Mark Carter Dec 13 2009

Congratulations to the winners! … I’ll second that.

rodman Dec 16 2009

congrat’s to the winners

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