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NJVC and GMU Announce Cloudcuity AppDeployer Contest Winner; Cary Landis Comments

NJVC and GMU Announce Cloudcuity AppDeployer Contest Winner; Cary Landis Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event

NJVCNJVC has announced the winners of the George Mason University Cloudcuity AppDeployer contest, the company announced

The Nimbus Solution Scheduler team won the contest for building a workforce scheduling application using the Cloudcuity AppDeployer platform.

“NJVC is confident about the ease of use of Cloudcuity AppDeployer,“ said Cary Landis, NJVC senior architect.

“NJVC sponsored the pilot contest at GMU, and will sponsor a national contest in early 2013, to show how easy and efficient it is for any developer“”from novice to expert“”to create and publish real business applications for sale using AppDeployer,“ he added.

The winning team, made-up of Christopher Le, Anthony Nester, Ed Rubins and led by James Hays, received both a monetary award and a certificate.

The GMU contest is serving as a pilot for a regional contest for university students to design SaaS applications for a scholarship award and additional rewards.

According to the release, “the goal of the contest is for students to receive hands-on experience in all three major cloud service models as defined by the National Institute of Standards and Technology: infrastructure as a service, PaaS and SaaS.”

 

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