Author Archives: Jordan

Quixey Challenge Results Are In!

Thank you to everyone that participated in the April Quixey Challenge!  It was the 1st national Quixey Challenge and had the highest number of challenge participants to date! Here are some results for all those that are curious about the challenge results… 5 Challenges – Fix a bug in 1 minute. Win $100. 325 registeredContinue Reading

Readyforce and Quixey Team Up To Host Nationwide Coding Challenge

It has been a couple of months since the last Quixey challenge gave coders the opportunity to find and solve a bug in 60 seconds to win $100 but good news… the Quixey Challenge is back! Readyforce and Quixey have teamed up to give coders from around the country a shot at bug solving glory.Continue Reading

Product Highlights: Custom Profile URL’s For All!

Companies and individual Readyforce members alike now can choose their public Readyforce profile URL! Individual and company profiles URL’s currently default to either your name or company name. E.g. readyforce.com/johndoe or readyforce.com/companyname If you would like to change, shorten or get creative with your individual or company profile URL the how to guide is below:Continue Reading

2 New Features: Activity Dashboard & Company Multi-User Feature

It has been a busy start to 2013 for the Dev Team here at Readyforce.  We hit the ground running and recently launched two new features that we think will be awesome for students and companies! Check out the Activity Dashboard and the Company Multi-User features below… Activity Dashboard Easy access to your activity dashboardContinue Reading

Product Highlights: New Filters!

Looking for a small company in the SF Bay Area that is hiring someone who knows Java but not until the summer of 2013?  Have no fear the new company and student filters are here! To access the filters just click on the “Show Filters” button on the top of either the explore startups orContinue Reading

Update: Last Stop Hacker Tour Coding Challenge

Update! New Prizes! Top 50 Scores Prize Details: Uber the mobile on demand private car service liked the coding challenge so much that they wanted to offer $20 in credit to the top 50 scores! The $20 credit is for new Uber users only and can be used to summon your very own private driverContinue Reading

HackerTour’s Last Stop: HackerRank Coding Challenge

Readyforce has teamed up with HackerRank to put on an inter-collegiate coding challenge that will take place over this upcoming Thanksgiving break.  This coding challenge will mark the end of Hacker Tour 2012 and with huge prizes and multiple schools competing it is sure to end the tour on an awesome note. What is itContinue Reading

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