How to Win Cisco’s $100,000 Linux Developer Contest
As The VAR Guy has reported, Cisco is offering a $100,000 bounty to Linux developers that write innovative AXP (Application Extension Platform) applications. But how can software developers actually win the money from Cisco? The networking giant offers some clues in this video…
Now that you have some clues for success, get moving: The VAR Guy believes the deadline for AXP application submissions is February 27.
For more information, a Cisco spokeswoman says readers can visit:
At first glance, the AXP contest is Cisco’s effort to stir demand for network-aware applications. But the IT giant has a larger strategy: Transitioning corporations from Windows-centric servers to network-centric applications.