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We're giving away four more books. This time it's "Java 2 Micro Edition : Professional Developer's Guide" by Eric Giguere! Eric will also be hanging around here to answer questions you might have on J2ME!
To be qualified for the books, there is a bit of judging and a lot of random.
The judging part is: Only messages of substance relating to J2ME will be counted. Questions are counted unless they have already been asked within the last week. Answers are counted (even if you are answering the same question in different threads). Messages that just says "Thanks" are not counted. Messages about the contest don't count. Messages authored by an account with an improper name won't count. (proper names are first name, space and last name).
The more you participate, the better your chances of winning.
Some time on Friday we will gather up all the names of valid entries and stuff them in a text file. Then we will have a random number generator pick four of them. We'll get the e-mail addresses of the four winners and ask them for their mailing address and bam! - One of the only and newest books on J2ME will be headed your way.
Whew! Any questions?
 
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You said it was one of the only books. I know there was another mentioned to come in March. Are there any others in the works?
 
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Will J2ME support Jpython?
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i would love win the book :-)

Originally posted by Matt Midcap:
We're giving away four more books. This time it's "Java 2 Micro Edition : Professional Developer's Guide" by Eric Giguere! Eric will also be hanging around here to answer questions you might have on J2ME!
To be qualified for the books, there is a bit of judging and a lot of random.
The judging part is: Only messages of substance relating to J2ME will be counted. Questions are counted unless they have already been asked within the last week. Answers are counted (even if you are answering the same question in different threads). Messages that just says "Thanks" are not counted. Messages about the contest don't count. Messages authored by an account with an improper name won't count. (proper names are first name, space and last name).
The more you participate, the better your chances of winning.
Some time on Friday we will gather up all the names of valid entries and stuff them in a text file. Then we will have a random number generator pick four of them. We'll get the e-mail addresses of the four winners and ask them for their mailing address and bam! - One of the only and newest books on J2ME will be headed your way.
Whew! Any questions?


 
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i would like to win this book
 
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