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Microsoft Windows Embedded Announces Winner of SPARKs Will Fly Developer Contest
Date:4/3/2009

Doug Conn awarded $15,000 for envisioning the 'home of the future' through The Smart Pill.

SAN JOSE, Calif., April 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- At the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Silicon Valley 2009 yesterday, Microsoft Corp. announced Doug Conn as the winner of the Microsoft Windows Embedded SPARKs Will Fly developer contest, a global competition designed to foster creativity and innovation among the embedded hobbyist and academic communities. The theme of the contest, "home of the future," encouraged more than 140 contestants globally to demonstrate fresh thinking around the smart, connected, service-oriented devices of the future.

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"The SPARKs Will Fly contest is a platform for hobbyist and academic developers to showcase their abilities and bring fresh thinking to the table," said Ilya Bukshteyn, senior director of Windows Embedded Marketing at Microsoft. "We are proud to acknowledge the efforts of Doug Conn and all the participants who demonstrated tremendous enthusiasm and creativity in striving to create the next generation of smart, connected, service-oriented devices."

As the winner, Conn was awarded $15,000 and will receive an all-inclusive trip to participate in the Microsoft Tech-Ed North America 2009 developers conference in Los Angeles, May 11-15, for his entry, The Smart Pill, which combines disparate technologies into a machine that recognizes a patient's medications, understands the pharmaceutical information and helps the user take the correct medication at the right time. Microsoft also awarded second place winner, Jason Hershkowitz, with an all-inclusive trip to participate in the 2009 Microsoft Tech-Ed Developers Conference for his entry, The Home Brain. Conn and Hershkowitz presented their devices during the Microsoft indust
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