Thank you to Scott Delap for hanging out with us, answering questions. Also, thank you to SourceBeat.com for providing four subscriptions to "Desktop Java Live" to our winners.
The winners are... -Gregg Bolinger -Sean Magee -Ammar Karimi -Zee Ho
Congratulations! Please send me your email address and phone number by sending an email to bookpromotion AT javaranch DOT com with the subject "promotion winner - Desktop Java Live" and I'll forward your information to the publisher.
Congratulations to everyone winning a copy of the book. I hope you enjoy it. All JavaRanch members are welcome to email me questions about the book or GUI development in general at s c o t t - a t - c l i e n t j a v a . c o m
Originally posted by Scott Delap: Congratulations to everyone winning a copy of the book. I hope you enjoy it. All JavaRanch members are welcome to email me questions about the book or GUI development in general at s c o t t - a t - c l i e n t j a v a . c o m
Thanks Scott. It was awesome having you around. I hope you choose to visit us on a regular basis. Your insight into the Rich Client Desktop could be real valuable around these parts.
posted 14 years ago
Thanks, I enjoyed my week. Btw, the book and the sample chpater should officially be available online sometime this week. The PDF formatter for my book had a death in the family last week which delayed things.
I'll try to keep an eye on the JavaRanch forums. Just a suggestion, an rss feed of recent posts would be helpful to keep people aware of questions posted.
Awesome! I was actually trying to reference something from the forums, and just happened to roll on by, and saw my name. I was completely suprised.
It was nice having you around Scott, I love the Ranch!
Edit: Wow, seems like there are specific topics discussed in Java Desktop Live that I have been eager to dive into. Actually, its exactly what i have been aiming for. [ April 13, 2005: Message edited by: Sean Magee ]
posted 14 years ago
Glad you like the topics. I'm looking forward to adding deployment, communications, and testing in the coming months.
Can you really tell me that we aren't dealing with suspicious baked goods? And then there is this tiny ad: