We're looking for judges at Jars.com http://www.jars.com
There isn't a lot of work involved. Just experiment with an applet or two a week from the Jars database and score it on:
1. Presentation: (Content- visual appeal, look, feel, packaging, graphics/sound/video quality, overview, documentation etc... )
2. AppletPerfect: (Programming- difficulty/complexity, correctness, approach, technique, style, etc... )
3. Functionality/Performance: (Usefulness- to the net, ease of use, known bugs, operation, stability, etc... )
4. Originality: (Uniqueness- new concept, new idea, improvement, Innovative, usage, need/reasoning, etc...)
You can do a more in-depth review if so choose but normally after using the Applet it only takes a few moments to do the review. Score each category using this benchmark:
(0 equals really bad)- (300 is the best!)
If you are interested please fill out the form located at the URL below. You will hear back from me shortly. Thank you.
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