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Last week I announced the winners of the competition I took part in, the Polish competition.

Today I just read about the winners of the continental competition on the INETA website (scroll down for the results).

The winner is a Reversi game developed by Dejan Anevski from Macedonia, then a Google Earth clone made in Germany by Florian Kruesch and, as 3rd, a Silverlight RSS reader developed by Radenko Zec from Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Congratulation to all, and happy MIX-ing to Dejan and Florian, that will be showing their work in a few weeks in Las Vegas.

It was a bit sad to see no competitors from Italy.

posted on Thursday, February 21, 2008 11:12 AM

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# re: European Silverlight Competition: the winners

Left by boeterente at 2/25/2008 7:19 PM

congratulations. Unfornately, you are right...no delegation from Italy ...sad enough. But I think that people from nothern europe are a bit ahead of the people in southern europe. Is it perhabs the hot weather?

# re: European Silverlight Competition: the winners

Left by Dragan Panjkov at 3/2/2008 2:01 AM

Dejan, Florian and Radenko will showcase their work in Vegas.

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