Google and the FBLA network design competition: how do you do a good job?
Google is hosting an all-star design competition that’s taking place in partnership with the Fbla Foundation.
The idea is to encourage people to get involved in this year’s competition and to work on improving network design in the future.
The contest will see designers compete in the design and construction of networks from various countries.
The winner of the competition will receive a $5,000 cash prize and $10,000 in prizes.
The FBLa Network Design Contest will run from December 7-10 and will run across five different continents.
You can find out more about the competition and the finalists here: http://www.fbla.org/news/design-featured/ Google is also inviting people to send in their best designs and concepts for a chance to win.
If your concept is accepted for consideration for this year, Google will be in touch.
The designers will be judged on the following criteria:The winner will receive $5 000 cash and $5.00 in prizes, while the second and third place designs will each receive $2 000 cash, $1.50 in prizes and $500 in prizes respectively.
The top five submissions will each also receive $1 000 cash.