2011 Fukuoka Ruby Award Competition

Hi all,

Fukuoka prefecture sponsors the thrid Fukuoka Ruby Award as past
years. Although sponsored by the Japanese local government, Fukuoka
Ruby Award is fully open to non-Japanese, In fact, last two awards
went to non-Japanese (one American, the other Indian), so that you
have a great chance to win 1 million Yen. Due to recent rise of Yen
price, the value of the prize is automatically increasing. :wink:

          matz.

2011 Fukuoka Ruby Award Competition
http://www.f-ruby.com/en/award/

The Government of Fukuoka Prefecture Japan, together with the Fukuoka
Ruby Business Hub Promotion Committee, announced the opening of the
Fukuoka Ruby Award 2011 Competition.
The competition is free to enter.
The grand prize is 1 million yen (approximately $11,000).
Applications may be submitted Online at
http://www.f-ruby.com/en/award/new/5.

Completed entry forms must be received by 5:00 PM Pacific Time on
November 15, 2010 to be eligible.

For detailed information, eligibility requirements, and to apply,
please visit http://www.f-ruby.com/en/award/. All inquiries should be
directed to: [email protected]

2010 Awards:
The winners of the first Fukuoka Ruby Prize were selected from among
64 entries from eight countries. Click here to view the 2010 prize
winners: https://www.f-ruby.com/award/past/6 (Japanese only)

On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 3:43 PM, Yukihiro M. [email protected]
wrote:

Hi all,

Fukuoka prefecture sponsors the thrid Fukuoka Ruby Award as past
years. Although sponsored by the Japanese local government, Fukuoka
Ruby Award is fully open to non-Japanese, In fact, last two awards
went to non-Japanese (one American, the other Indian), so that you
have a great chance to win 1 million Yen. Due to recent rise of Yen
price, the value of the prize is automatically increasing. :wink:

Are you giving any guarantees about the price of Yen at the day of
payment? :wink:

Cheers

robert

On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 10:26 AM, Robert K.
[email protected] wrote:

Are you giving any guarantees about the price of Yen at the day of payment? :wink:
Whatever the exchange rate is, it would be too late to help fund my
talk at Ruby Conf
http://pledgie.com/campaigns/13677


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