10th Anniversary Gift Raffle

In honor of my blog’s 10th anniversary, I will be giving away Raspberry Pi 3 A+ models to 10 people who share my favorite blog post on Twitter with the @MertSARICA tag (Note: those with private profiles on Twitter, I will not be able to see their shares so they must send me a screenshot via direct message or email at mert.sarica [@] gmail.com) and on LinkedIn with the Mert SARICA tag. (Note: those who do not tag me correctly on LinkedIn, I will not be able to see their shares so they should pay attention to this.) The share must be made between now and November 17th, 2019 at 9:00 PM.

10 Years

Those who participate in the raffle can easily find out if they have been included in the raffle by checking if their tweet has been added to my favorites. They can also check here to see if they have been added to the raffle list.

Even if you follow the raffle rules but I have not favorited your message, please do not hesitate to remind me within 3-4 days if you are not on the raffle list. Please make sure to clear your internet browser’s cache (or press CTRL-F5) before checking the list before reminding me.

The raffle result will be announced on my Twitter and LinkedIn accounts after November 17th, 2019.

Raffle Rules and Notes:

  • One person can participate in the raffle once.
  • The raffle is open to those who began following my Twitter account before November 15th, 2019.
  • Individuals with private Twitter profiles must send me a screenshot of their tweet via email or private message.
  • Twitter accounts that are suspected of being fake, part of a botnet, etc. will not be included in the raffle.

  • Note: The gift raffle has concluded and the results have been announced on my Twitter and LinkedIn accounts.

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