With more people going mobile and taking the Web with them, we thought Geolocation was a great topic for the September Dev Derby.
Web developers explored a number of ways to bring your physical location into the Web experience and we had 16 demos submitted for the Dev Derby.
Voting was tough this month, but once the votes were counted, we had our winners circle:
1st Place: Urban arteries by Jaume Sánchez aka spite
2nd Place: I Need A… by David aka d-b-f
3rd Place: Find Street Art by Aaron Has
Thanks to everyone that participated in the September Dev Derby and congratulations to the winners! A special shout out to Jaume for taking 1st place after submitting amazing demos for the past three Dev Derbies. Check out spite’s MDN profile to see what he’s done in the past.
NOTE: We recently updated our Dev Derby rules to allow developers to participate in multiple contests until they win 1st place. That means if you’ve submitted awesome demos and come up short in the past, you still have a chance to win that top spot in future Dev Derbies… so keep those demos coming!
If you’re working on CSS Media Queries, you have a few more days to join the October Dev Derby.
Or get ready for the joy of painting in the November Dev Derby with Canvas. We’re looking forward to seeing some creative demos next month. So hack on!
About Jay Patel
I strive to make the web better by making sure those that develop and drive it are happy campers.