Be sure to check out New Apps for the New Year (NANY)

The NANY Challenge is an annual Challenge at DonationCoder where coders (programmers) of all levels are challenged to pledge a New Application for the New Year and release it on January 1, 2010.


N.A.N.Y. stands for “New Apps for the New Year”  If you are like me and love software then you do not want to miss out on the results of the challenge. It is absolutely amazing what these people develop in a very short period of time. You can follow the NANY 2010 updates [HERE] .

The NANY event is a community celebration, not a competition and therefore there can be no winner; apart from the obvious rewards for the software using community, everyone who participates in NANY, either as a software author or volunteer, will receive a stunning DonationCoder mug or T-Shirt with a brand new and very collectible NANY 2010 image designed by the artist Nick Pearson


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6 Responses to Be sure to check out New Apps for the New Year (NANY)

  1. This seems to be great.. will check out how the NANY products will be..


    • Ramblinrick says:


      Welcome to the blog… NANY by donationcoders is done each year at New Years. I believe they have been doing this for several years and it has been very popular.



  2. Just drop on it and the name ‘What’s My Share?’ really attract me since it’s related to your site name. Thanks for sharing this buddy.


  3. Cappydawg says:

    I love this site, some really great stuff. I have been a lifetime license member for a while.


  4. Dad with kids. says:

    This is got me thinking about coding again.


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