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DotNetQuiz 2011 on BeyondRelational.com- Want to be quiz master or participant?

Test your knowledge with 31 Reputed persons (MVPS and bloggers) will ask question on each day of January and you need to give reply on that. You can win cool stuff.My friend Jacob Sebastian organizing this event on his site Beyondrelational.com to sharpen your dot net related knowledge. This Dot NET Quiz is a platform to verify your understanding of Microsoft .NET Technologies and enhance your skills around it. This is a general quiz which covers most of the .NET technology areas.

Want to be Quiz Master?

Also if you are well known blogger or Microsoft MVP then you can be Quiz master on the dotnetquiz 2011. Following are requirements to be quiz master on beyondrelational.com. I am also a quiz master on beyondrelational.com and

Quiz master eligibility:

You will be eligible to nominate yourself to become a quiz master if one of the following condition satisfies:

  • You are a Microsoft MVP
  • You are a Former Microsoft MVP
  • You are a recognized blogger
  • You are a recognized web master running one or more technology websites
  • You are an active participant of one or more technical forums
  • You are a consultant with considerable exposure to your technology area
  • You believe that you can be a good Quiz Master and got a passion for that

 

Selection Process:

Once you submit your nomination, the Quiz team will evaluate the details and will inform you the status of your submission. This usually takes a few weeks.

Quiz Master's Responsibilities:

Once you become a Quiz Master for a specific quiz, you are requested to take the following responsibilities.

  • Moderate the discussion thread after your question is published
  • Answer any clarification about your question that people ask in the forum
  • Review the answers and help us to award grades to the participants

For more information Please visit following page on beyondrelational.com

http://beyondrelational.com/quiz/nominations/0/new.aspx

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