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FW: Reminder: Help Us and Update Your Profile



From: Topcoder Team [] On Behalf Of Topcoder Team
Sent: 07 December 2016 16:50
Subject: Reminder: Help Us and Update Your Profile


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Psst: Just a friendly reminder...

The end of 2016 is almost upon us. It’s been a great year for us and we hope you had a good one as well.

We’d like you to help us make 2017 even better! Here’s how…

Do us a favor and update your profile. Your information helps us plan regional events as well as make you aware of exciting Topcoder news that relates to you. If we want to do a regional event in Johannesburg (cool, right?!), we need to know how many Topcoder members live there. 

More information about where you are allows us to do more impactful Topcoder Open regional events and so much more!

Here is how you can update your profile:

1.  Go to your Topcoder dashboard.

2.  Hover over your username in the upper right hand corner and select “My Profile”. (see below)
3. Next, click on “Edit Profile”.

4. Finally, click on “Account” and update your information.

We would love to have your country, state and/or city. We will not be mailing anything to you or sharing this information. We will use this internally to help us plan. 

Interested in filling out a survey on how we did for the 2016 Topcoder Open?
Check it out here.

PS: Stage 2 of
TCO17 has begun!

Thank you!

- The Topcoder Community Team



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