[Expired] Giveaway – Win 1 of 5 Limited Edition Card Games for Developers and Designers!

We have another fantastic giveaway for you this week. fournova not only released version 2 of their popular Git client Tower recently, they have also created a fantastic card game for developers and designers, entitled “The Nerdy Game of Cards,” featuring open source projects and frameworks. The fun game comes in a nice little box of 32 cards and cannot be bought anywhere, as it’s only available through giveaways. So, now is your change to grab a deck!

They have given us 5 sets to giveaway to 5 of our lucky readers (yes, they will post to anywhere in the world!). All you have to do to enter this competition is leave a comment below telling us what your favorite programming language is?

The Nerdy Game of Cards

How to Enter

All you have to do to enter this competition is leave a comment below telling us what your favorite programming language is?

This competition will run for the next seven, ending on the 18th of August 2014. All winners will be chosen at random and will be informed via email within 2 days of the competition ending.

Good luck to everyone!

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This post has been written by the team here at Speckyboy Design Magazine.

Comments

  • Kuba Rohleder

    hipster ruby and oldschool c++

  • C# :)

  • Majk Cerovac

    HTML

  • Steve

    not sure as i don’t really program especially if i can help it! lol however i remember enjoying using AmigaDOS and creating custom scripts to load the Workbench up how i wanted it to be :) Otherwise I would have to say HTML as i hate CSS (crappy divs!!!)

  • Python!

  • Gina Lucia

    Javascript

  • shirley liu

    high on java

  • Henrik Rossen

    C#

  • php ;)

  • Damian Frizzi

    JavaScript for the win! :)

  • Hamzaoui

    my favorite programing language is Ruby

  • Luke Pettway

    My favorite programming language varies depending on the project I am working on. There are so many wonderful languages to use, it is hard to pick just one. If I’m on the web I’m usually using PHP/Javascript and when I am working on Iphone Apps it is Objective C. They all have their own pitfalls, but I still could never pick any one single language. I’d pick all of them!

  • Borislav Kolak

    C#

  • ThomasNewman

    C++ forever.

  • C++ and assembler!

  • MonkeyTheatre

    mmm… php :)

  • David Portella

    Python power

  • pip010

    LUA, and c++of-course

  • Nahuel Ufor Laplaza

    Java!

  • Jennifer

    objective C!!!

  • Guest

    C#

  • Aurel Tirnovanu

    perl / c++

  • Devgiant

    Ruby ;D

  • Alejandro Gutierrez

    CSS

  • Francesco

    C++ and Java

  • PHP

  • Craig Mckee

    Javascript

  • JavaScript

  • PHP & CSS

  • Jan Krogh

    Php, definitely.

  • Love me some Python!

  • PatricioBustos

    html y css… i love it!

  • Javascript

  • adrian aubone

    Javascript, no doubt. And by default.. jQuery… makes life so much easy! :)

  • Daniela

    Ook! <- Best programming language ever!

  • relaxbrodealwithit

    C# for work, php and python for home projects.

  • Manuel Inhester

    Basic, what else? ;-)

  • Swift (Used to Objective C but Swift is a vast improvement!!)

  • the new/old … and good HTML/5

  • bambuz

    python

  • guiburi

    PHP for the win!

  • JavaScript

  • NeuroWeb Evolution

    Python. -~~~~8-

  • frejyasdaeg

    Ruby by far, so clean!

  • Phong Thai

    C++

  • Eliza Vilcea

    Java!

  • Janus L

    CSS

  • LESS!

  • Heather Tovey

    Python.

  • Javascript

  • Hai-son De Leon

    HTML and PHP. They are my favorite because I need them in my field.

  • Максим Букей

    Javascript

  • JediN1nja

    JavaScript :D

  • PHP

  • Syed Danial Munsif

    Favourite is PHP but i also know C# JS BOO JAVA

  • Lord Steve King

    PHP !!!

  • jcbrmn06

    PHP!

  • Chickos

    CSS

  • Alexander Avramenko

    Photoshop forever :D

  • MichaelOczak

    Python

  • PHP

  • Frauke Vanderzijpen

    HTML5 & CSS3

  • Lee Gustin

    PHP for sure!

  • Eskael

    JS

  • C# ALL THE WAY :3

  • Alan Carpenter

    Sass obviously, best parts of CSS and Javascript.

  • disqus_5Bw7Hs7Yo2

    FORTRAN!

  • Carlos Ramon

    Python

  • picaPusher

    Javascript – you have to cheer for the underdog that was dispised a dozen years ago that now drives the frontend of the web

  • Vasilis Vreskos

    HTML5 & CSS3 :D

  • DuooMe

    Java :D

  • chkok

    { C# } See Sharp All The Way!

  • Guillaume Corré

    Scala!

  • Daniel Cheung

    js

  • Alex andre

    Css

  • Carolina

    HTML

  • Sass

  • SASS’SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS :)

  • Campbell Craig

    main(Z,_){Z?(_=Z[” $X,X3Y<X@Z@[>3)[“kt”
    “wy~|tE/42”]-37),(_&7)?main(0,_-1):0);}

  • Rost Kanyuchenko

    JS happens

  • Guest

    HTML :)

  • Varun Mashru

    C# for now!!!

  • Will Meyer

    JavaScript!

  • Javascript

  • hll33r

    html5 and css3

  • Alan

    Javascript

  • Craig C

    Ruby!

  • Arif Kurniawan

    python

  • Steve Pc

    Hi I Prefer to code in Basic Envelope E-node Relational, or B.E.E.R as its usually referred to in programming circles.

  • css

  • crazyhunk

    Mine I would say, PHP…
    :)

  • Anthony Rezendes

    Javascript

  • Kevin Peter

    LOLCODE

  • Federico Dipuma

    C#!

  • Noah Fernandes

    Javascript for the win baby!

  • KevinEnloe

    Php

  • Bartek

    JavaScript + jQuery

  • Bartek

    JavaScript + jQuery

  • JavaScript =)

  • I think, ja is the jest of languages what i used

  • skabber

    Python

  • Jacek Majda

    JavaScript (+ jQuery)
    …and good luck to me and every one!