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Java Challenge Coin

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Hi Everyone,

Hope this is the most appropriate place to post this.

I'm new, but not new to this forum. This site has been a huge source of information for me when I started my career as a software developer. While I'm mostly using a different platform now, I still have a strong affinity with the Java community.

Just over two years ago, I started a little experiment with the Oracle Application Express (APEX) community and involved a specially designed challenge coin. You can read the details here: It has been very successful, and so I thought this year, for Java's 25th Anniversary, I'd create one for this community. Unfortunately, the response so far has been lukewarm, close to none, and that surprises me.

With Programmer's Day 2020 coming up this weekend, I thought I'd try and reach out to see if anyone here would like to sponsor a challenge coin to a Java developer that has made a difference in your organisation, community or you personally. If so, please request them through this website:

Thanks for reading.

That's my roommate. He's kinda weird, but he always pays his half of the rent. And he gave me this tiny ad:
SKIP - a book about connecting industrious people with elderly land owners
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