And the Winners Are... MyEclipse 6.5 License Winners
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On 24 June 2008 Genuitec announced the availability of a new version of the MyEclipse IDE. Along with the announcement posted on the Web Builder Zone, Eclipse Zone, Ruby Zone, PHP Zone and Javalobby we launched a competition where 5 lucky DZone users could win a 1 year license for MyEclipse FREE. All you had to do was comment on the announcement and honestly give your opinion on MyEclipse and how you are using it in your day to day development.
Well, after 2700 reads of the announcement and 18 comments, Genuitec and DZone are happy to announce the winners of the five licenses. And the winners are... (insert drum roll here)
I'm a 25 year old Java Developer from Belgium, currently working for the
National Bank of Belgium. I'm in the application architecture group, a
team that is currently developing an internal framework based on state
of the art open source Java technologies (Spring/Hibernate/JSF, ...). I
get the opportunity to learn a lot and discover state of the art
technologies, which is great!
Finally, during my free time, I work on a little open source project which aims to provide an unofficial Google Reader API for Java (since none is currently available it seems). I plan on releasing the source pretty soon actually (http://code.google.com/p/greader-unofficial/).
Amr is a fresh and experienced IT graduate with three years software development experience within a Microsoft development environment. With specialist development skills in C#, ASP.NET, XML, SQL Server, IIS, PHP and server side Python.
Though his primary stack is .NET, he developes using many open source alternatives such as NHibernate, NUnit, NBatis, Spring.NET, Castle containers and Microsoft's patterns and practices library. Amr has been working as a freelance developer for the past two years.
Michael Riecken is a consultant, specializing in Java application development an design and system architecture. He works for mid-sized consulting compnay named Trissential in the Minneapolis area. Because full-time work isn't enough to keep him out of trouble, he is one of the principals of the JetMesa project, which is a Java-based, open-source multi-touch platform. He is also the father of seven home-schooled children and husband to a very understanding wife.
Congratulations guys! We hope you enjoy using MyEclipse.
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