TechComm Conundrum Results

Tuesday, October 16 2012 @ 1:12 PM, By Parth Mukherjee

Hello everyone!

It’s the September-October event madness season. We’ve all been flying across the globe attending a million events, meeting many of our users as well as other techcomm industry folks. Hence this announcement is a little delayed, but all for a good reason.

In August and September we ran a Facebook contest called “The TechComm Conundrum” to help locate our fictional technical writer, Tina (“fictional” refers to Tina and not to the technical content we generate). The Conundrum had 10 puzzles pertaining either to Technical Communication industry content and trends or Adobe products. Eventually a total of  2 eligible winners won sparling new iPads!

Danielle with her newly won iPad

Danielle with her newly won iPad

The winners are:

  • Danielle Villegas who blogs as the TechComGeekMom – Danielle was the first one to solve all 10 puzzles the contest successfully and has written about her experience here.
  • Shalini Pallat who is a Technical Editor with Synopsys – we are yet to hear about Shalini’s experience with the puzzles.
Congrats Danielle and Shalini!
We will soon write another blog about each of the puzzles and the correct answers. Watch this space!
Cheers
Team TechComm @ Adobe

COMMENTS

  • By John - 12:10 PM on October 19, 2012  

    lol, I thought it were three iPads to be won.

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