SAN MATEO, Calif.One-man EDA company Stabie-Soft Inc. is running a contest in which the winner gets his or her choice of Stabie-Soft's layout or schematic editor. The winner gets their choice of a license for the Slam layout editor valued at $3,500, or the Scheture schematic editor valued at $1000, and can also choose the platform -- Linux or Solaris.
To enter the contest, designers are asked to send their name, address and name of their company to firstname.lastname@example.org before midnight (CST) on March 31, 2003.
Mike Stabenfeldt, Stabie-Soft president, said the winner will be drawn by random number on April 1, 2003. Entry into the contest is limited to those employed individuals working in the IC industry, but not working for other EDA companies. Entrants must also be a resident of the U.S. or Europe. Entrants are also limited to one entry.
Stabenfeldt said after the winner acknowledges and decides which editor they want, if they plan on keeping or transferring the license, the winner's name and company will be posted on the Stabie-Soft web site for a week. The winner can obtain the software and license via email as soon as they decide on platform, product and provide Stabie-Soft with host information needed for a license key.