Hear ye, hear ye! Yes, I know you all are engineers, but you must know a ton of communications, computer science, and engineering students (worldwide) that are up for a contest. It seems RAD Data Communications is launching an international prize competition. Here's the scoop:
If you want to participate, submit a tutorial project covering one of six different topics:
- ICMP (including both IPv4 and IPv6)
- IPv6 auto-configuration
- BGP (including updates for IPv6)
- OSPF (including updates for IPv6)
Gift certificates for winners and runners-up will be awarded in each of those topics, as well as the best-animated tutorial, the best interactive tutorial, and the best HTML tutorial. Submissions will be judged on technical accuracy, depth and scope of coverage of the topic, creativity in presentation, educational value, and entertainment level.
Projects must be submitted in HTML and in English no later than July 31. While each student may submit only one project, each project may be able to win more than one prize. Details are posted at RAD Contest.
Important: Because the competition is open only to students registered at accredited institutions of higher education, RAD requests that a representative of an appropriate academic department assume responsibility for submissions from that institution and contact Dr. Koren at radu_compet @rad.com for submission instructions.