23 Feb 2009

Dean Mao wins Google coding competition on OpenSocial/MySpace

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Dean Mao wins Google coding challenge One of our co-founders, Dean Mao, won another coding competition, this time with WeekendApps on the OpenSocial platform.  He doesn’t like publicity, but I thought I’d mention this feat anyway.  He won a pass to the Google IO conference, 1 million banner ad impressions, and some conversations from two private equity guys who want to hire away our star.  Next week, the app will be live on myspace/orkut/my.yahoo/ igoogle.  And we hope to be able to ad serve it with our social ad platform.  Congratulations to Dean!  Look for a note from him when the app is publicly live.

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2 Responses to “Dean Mao wins Google coding competition on OpenSocial/MySpace”

  1. Reply Galahad the Chaste says:

    Wow, please send along my greetings, felicitations, and congratulations.

    Best regards,


  2. Reply Jay Martin says:

    Congratulations Dean!

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