What Will a Free $10 Amazon Gift Card Buy You? Anything You Want*

*as long as it costs $10 or less.

And you will receive a $10 GC if you are one of the first 100 people to sign up for a free 30-day trial to IBM Bluemix before 12/18/14 and email me your Bluemix username at andrew.long@catchyagency.comPlus, you will be entered into a drawing to win a $150 Amazon GC. No strings attached*

*but please read the full terms and conditions anyway

What is IBM Bluemix?

Bluemix is IBM’s new cloud platform that gives mobile and web developers access to IBM software for integration, security, transaction and other key functions, as well as software from business partners. Bluemix is new, so you may not be familiar with it. If you are a Windows Phone developer, you may want to read my recent series on integrating the power of IBM’s Watson in your Windows Phone apps, or just jump right into the Bluemix docs.

It’s free to sign up and you don’t even need to give out a credit card number. It’s almost as easy as falling out of bed, but it will be less painful.

So, just to recap and give you a plan of attack:

  1. Signup for your free 30-day IBM Bluemix trial
  2. Email your Bluemix username to andrew.long@catchyagency.com
  3. Read the terms and conditions

Do it quickly enough and you’ll get that $10 Amazon Gift Card. Regardless, you’ll be registered to win the $150 Amazon Gift Card.

 

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About Andrew Long

Web developer, Windows Phone developer: http://bit.ly/andrewlongWP, IBM Bluemix Evangelist: http://bit.ly/bluemixtrial
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