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An Open Challenge to the Open Source Community

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November 28, 2007 - SQL Power Group announced that it is offering prizes to the open source developer community, challenging them to "make or break" their newest free software offering, the Power*MatchMaker Data Cleansing Tool.

 

With their "Make it or Break It" contest, SQL Power Group is challenging anyone in the worldwide community to find flaws (bugs) in their new Power*MatchMaker software.

 

The Power*MatchMaker is a Data Cleansing Tool that can be run on any database platform to maximize data quality.

 

While the prizes are not necessarily extravagant (USB flash drives and T-Shirts are the current spoils), there are certainly the bragging rights that come from wearing a limited-edition T-shirt that gloats (and proves) to fellow developers "I AM a better programmer than you."

 

For information about the Power*MatchMaker contest, visit http://www.sqlpower.ca/makeitorbreakit

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