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August 10, 2012

Amazon Web Services sponsoring $50 in credit to all contest entrants!

Did you know that every entry to the First Ever Common Crawl Code Contest gets $50 in Amazon Web Services (AWS) credits? If you're a developer interested in big datasets and learning new platforms like Hadoop, you truly have no reason not to try your hand at creating an entry to the code contest!
Allison Domicone
Allison Domicone
Allison Domicone was formerly a Program and Policy Consultant to Common Crawl and previously worked for Creative Commons.

Did you know that every entry to the First Ever Common Crawl Code Contest gets $50 in Amazon Web Services (AWS) credits? If you’re a developer interested in big datasets and learning new platforms like Hadoop, you truly have no reason not to try your hand at creating an entry to the code contest! Plus, three grand prize winners will get $500 in AWS credits, so you can continue to play around with the dataset and hone your skills even more.

Amazon Web Services has published a dedicated landing page for the contest, which takes you straight to the data. Whether or not you decide to enter the code contest, if you’re looking to play around with and get used to the tools available, an excellent way to do so is with the Amazon Machine Image.

AWS has been a great supporter of the code contest as well as of Common Crawl in general. We are deeply appreciative for all they’re doing to help spread the word about Common Crawl and make our dataset easily accessible!

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