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First a big thank you to Charles Hill and Sacha Mallais for hanging out with us this week, answering questions. Also, thank you to Apress, for donating four copies of Practical WebObjects, to our winners.

The winners are...
-Lasse Koskela
-Derick Potgieter
-usha mocherla
-Marc Peabody


Congratulations! Please send me your preferred snail mail address and phone number by sending an email to bookpromotion AT javaranch DOT com with the subject "promotion winner - Practical WebObjects" and I'll forward your information to the publisher.

Next week we're promoting two books on Portals and Velocity from Apress:
  • Building Portals with the Java Portlet API by Jeff Linwood and David Minter in our Web Application Frameworks forum
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  • Also, for a second and final week, we're running a product promotion for Kodo JDO over in our Object Relational Mapping forum. Authors Patrick Linskey and Robin Roos will be hanging out, answering questions.

    The Ranch is going to be full of technical authors, hanging out and helping to answer questions!

    See the Book Promotions page for more information on future promotions.
     
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    Does this mean I'm obliged to actually try WebObjects and check whether all those wonderful things mentioned by the authors really hold water?
     
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