Ask and ye shall receive. In case you didn’t see the tweets, I wanted to call a little attention to our first batch of 2010 contest sponsors. A big thanks to our old friends at Thoughtbot, Intridea, and BDDCasts for supporting us again this year, and to our new friends at Tropo, Koombea, The Frontier Group, Juicer, Mogotest, Screencasts.org, and StickerMule. Please take a few minutes and check out our sponsors page to read about the great products and services offered by these folks, many of which will be available as contest prizes or special promotions to all entrants.
Of course, extra not-so-sekrit special thanks goes to Linode and GitHub who are supporting the Rumble yet again as infrastructure partners. We really (seriously! no kidding!) couldn’t do it without these guys. Did I mention that they’ve allowing us to expand to offer 300 team spots this year? Yessir.
Finally, I’d also like to thank Rob Dempsey over at ActsAsConference, who is offering a special promotion rate for RailsRumble enthusiasts; you can register using the code “railsrumble” and receive $75 off. Is very good deal.
We’ve got a few more sponsor deals in the works, and some really exciting exhibition matches that we’ll be announcing soon. As of right now, all the heavyweight spots are officially spoken for. However, we still have sponsorship opportunities avaialble at the middleweight and lightweight levels, and we’d love to have you on board for the ride. So if you’re interested in sponsorship, or have an exhibition match to propose, make sure to reach out to us.