Photo casting with PVS-Studio unicorn

As many of you already know, PVS-Studio is a static code analyzer that helps programmers to find errors in C/C++ (and soon in C#) code. Our tool has done quite a good job analyzing open-source projects. Although today we are going to speak about our logo — a unicorn, not about the tool.

Unicorn — people’s favorite

PVS-Studio unicorn has already become a media character, recognizable on programmer conferences, in which our team takes part. And like any dynamic character it can be different. It can fly because of the quality of the code, but may also spew rainbows get sick looking at the number of errors found. Not so long ago, we talked about a new merchandise section on our web-site where you can see a lot of various unicorns http://www.viva64.com/en/merchandise/.

In this section you may find a unicorn according to your liking to print on a T-shirt, a mug or to put it as desktop wallpaper. We have received positive feedback from PVS-Studio fans and decided to organize photo casting with a unicorn. All lovers of unicorns and PVS-Studio can participate!

What is this casting about?

We invite all fans of our unicorn to take a photo with it and send (including your name/nickname) to karpov [@] viva64.com till 15 of November.

You can get unicorns here: http://www.viva64.com/en/merchandise/

Example

Ilya, a member of PVS-Studio team, took a photo wearing a unicorn T-shirt:

You can take a picture with our unicorn printed anywhere you like — on a mug, T-shirt, paper, desktop wallpaper, whatever you prefer. We will mainly judge creativity of your photo, so we suggest using imagination as much as possible.

Prizes

By the 20 November we’ll choose the best photos with unicorns and post them on c.viva64.com, we’ll also write about them in our blog. Three participants who were the most creative (to out mind) will receive prizes — gift cards from Amazon, Ebay, Ozon (you may choose which one).

The 1st place — $100 card, 2nd place- $50 card, 3rd place — $25 card.

We look forward to seeing your photo!

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