Chris Sharp
Sep 19, 2019
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Episerver Innovation Challenge at Ascend 2019 (formerly Code Bash)

I am pleased to announce the Episerver Innovation Challenge at Ascend 2019.

The Episerver Innovation Challenge (EIC) at Ascend 2019, sponsored by Thinkmax, allows Partners, Customers, and Developers to design, build, and showcase features, integrations, and capabilities using Episerver products. This challenge will provide an opportunity to showcase your strengths, build your brand, and generate new services engagements.

The intention is for Ascend attendees to learn about what is possible with the Episerver platform in their business and gain access to some of these innovations in their implementation with products they already own.

The EIC will comprise of two separate competitions: Prepared Innovation Challenge (formerly Partner Innovation Spotlight) and Live Innovation Challenge (formerly Code Bash).

The Prepared Innovation Challenge is targeted toward Episerver Partners attending Ascend. The format and judging is similar to the Partner Innovation Spotlight, but does not require a working demonstration.

The Live Innovation Challenge is targeted toward the technical Ascend attendees. The format is similar to Code Bash, and judging is using similar criteria as the Prepared Innovation Challenge.

We’re also lining up some great prizes for the winning team in both competitions (including $1,000 cash for the winning Live Innovation team).

Click here for the Episerver Innovation Challenge presentation
Click here for the Episerver Innovation Challenge details

Registration is required to participate in the Episerver Innovation Challenge.

Registration is now open via this Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/episerver-innovation-challenge-at-ascend-2019-tickets-71824301419

  • To register for the Prepared Innovation Challenge, choose the "Individual" ticket type.
  • To register for the Live Innovation Challenge, choose the "Team" ticket type, then create or join a team.
Sep 19, 2019

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