Cubic IDE 'Sponsor a Developer' promotion

Date 6-Dec-2005 6:20:16
Topic: Miscellaneous News


Around this time of year, every year, there is a a special GoldED x-mas promotion. It's usually about selling the latest and greatest version at a ridiculously low price to gifted developers. But this year, it will be a bit different:

Sponsor a development package for a developer!That's right: purchase a state-of-the-art Cubic IDE development package not for yourself but for somebody else. At a ridiculously low price, of course. Make another Amiga developer happy and give him a brand new development package as recognition for good work done. If you are not familiar with creating software and can't program for toffee, sending a development kit to a gifted programmer might be the next best thing to writing software.

Why send Cubic IDE?

Our research team, in extremely scientific experiments, has found out that one reasons why so little new software is written is inappropriate tools: developers are given programs like editpad and spend hours looking for the make button. When told that it's not there, they are confused and demotivated. With Cubic IDE, they will get a powerful tool for development and (eventually) make the software YOU want, in a fraction the time. Ok, I made the last part up. If you REALLY want know why to send Cubic IDE, you can read up on its features here. In a nutshell, it is what Amiga developers want.

What do I get?

For the reduced price of only 49,90 EUR (+p&p), you can sponsor one development package for an Amiga developer. He or she will get the latest and greatest retail version delivered via priority mail. The disk will carry a "Sponsored by <your name>" line. If you want to include a written note, such as "Keep on the good work, dude", supply it in any standard file format and a print-out will be included with the gift.
On top of that and as recognition for a selfless deed, I'll throw in a free Cubic IDE CD for you, too. That's how nice I am. Your CD will come without retail packaging and will not be mailed priority, to minimize costs and to make the deal possible.

Any programmer whose software you like, of course. If you can't think of anybody, ask the users in Amiga forums. It would be very helpful if you can identify the beneficiary by a postal address.

So how do I do it?

To send the gift on its way, please go here

That's right: purchase a state-of-the-art Cubic IDE development package not for yourself but for somebody else. At a ridiculously low price, of course. Make another Amiga developer happy and give him a brand new development package as recognition for good work done. If you are not familiar with creating software and can't program for toffee, sending a development kit to a gifted programmer might be the next best thing to writing software.

Why send Cubic IDE?

Our research team, in extremely scientific experiments, has found out that one reasons why so little new software is written is inappropriate tools: developers are given programs like editpad and spend hours looking for the make button. When told that it's not there, they are confused and demotivated. With Cubic IDE, they will get a powerful tool for development and (eventually) make the software YOU want, in a fraction the time. Ok, I made the last part up. If you REALLY want know why to send Cubic IDE, you can read up on its features here. In a nutshell, it is what Amiga developers want.



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