This week's book giveaway is in the Agile and Other Processes forum.
We're giving away four copies of Real-World Software Development: A Project-Driven Guide to Fundamentals in Java and have Dr. Raoul-Gabriel Urma & Richard Warburton on-line!
See this thread for details.
Win a flower (🌹) or copy of Real-World Software Development: A Project-Driven Guide to Fundamentals in Java (📚) this week in the Agile and Other Processes forum!
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First, a big thanks to Norm and Sam for spending the week with us and talking about JBoss and their book. We hope you had a good time.

And the winners are...

Dale Seng
Axel Janssen
Lasse Koskela
Dave Salter

Congratulations! Send your snail mail address and daytime phone to jr.book.promotion@gmail.com and I will see that the publisher gets a copy of the book out to you.
[ July 23, 2005: Message edited by: Thomas Paul ]
 
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Super cool. I'm running the risk of joining a pretty big JBoss project so reading this beforehand might come in real handy
 
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Sam is one of the authors of the book.
 
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Serves him right for participating in this giveaway!
 
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Thanks very much.

I'd like to echo the thanks to Norman and Sam, and I hope Sam enjoys reading the book he's won!!

Cheers,

Dave.
 
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Originally posted by Michael Ernest:
Serves him right for participating in this giveaway!




I thinks ME means we're going to try to fix that
 
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I already have the book...

and I read it and it's awesome!

So since I have it go ahead and give my "winning" copy to another lucky person.

And thanks for the thought....
 
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Sorry Sam. It was late and I was tired when I ran the program!
 
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Thanks to everyone who participated. To the winners, I hope you enjoy the book. If you do, please consider posting a review at Amazon or O'Reilly or any other places. That's really the best thing you can do for any author.

To those who didn't win, I hope you'll consider getting a copy if you are going to be working with JBoss. It's a really solid intro for anyone with a J2EE background. You can get it for under $20 at amazon. (the cheapest price I've seen is $17 at nerdbooks.

Thanks for having us.
 
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And the new winner is...

Axel Janssen

Congratulations Axel!
 
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but I have only asked one question ...
and have read more.
This can only be seen as final proof that the Gods of Javaranch Book Promotion are with the ones whose participation is purely dedicated towards learning and that its not about pushing in large piles of questions.

Also its fine that now there appears to be more regular book promotions, which I allways have found to be a good institution.
Probably due to energy of Thomas Paul.

Thanks to the authors for participating.

Originally posted by norman richards:
If you do, please consider posting a review at Amazon or O'Reilly or any other places. That's really the best thing you can do for any author.


promised.


Thanks

Axel
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Congrats all Winner!!!
 
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I missed out on this but wont miss out on the next.
 
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Have any other winners seen their books yet? I don't want to be a winner whiner, but I'm anxiously awaiting...

--Dale--
 
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I've not had mine, I'm still waiting.

Dave.
 
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Thomas, Can you do a bit of research on the award books? Is it usual for the award books to take so long?

--Dale--
 
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