Hi Carl, I missed it once again.I wanted this book desperately but you have not been kind to me.Anyhow congrats to the winners. It is the rule of Almighty that He deludes us a lot and make us strive hard for what we want desperately.I like it.Otherwise there would have been no charm in the life had everyone received everything so easily. Just my 2 cents.Sandeep do you live in Pune,India?If you do I would like to visit you to have a look at the book. Congrats to the winners once again.
Originally posted by vaibhav punekar: Hi Carl, ...you have not been kind to me....
Sorry vaibhav, but, that's the luck of Math.random(). The winners are selected from all posts during the promotion period using software written by Bill Compton. It reads in each and every post and selects them at random. As long as the requirements of the promotion are met, they get it.
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Thanks a lot for the book. It will help me post some more interesting questions in the forum, and will give a chance to learn and share knowledge. I am sure there are more JavaRanchers like Junilu (BTW, he should be a Bartender ), Peter (Good to know, he has already become a Bartender ..Congrats Peter!!),etc. who are willing to share the knowledge they have.Hope they also can find some time and come and share their knowledge in this forum. It is great feeling to be amidst such an interesting bunch of people.Wish I had known about JavaRanch earlier .
Originally posted by Vaibhav Punekar: Sandeep do you live in Pune,India?If you do I would like to visit you to have a look at the book.
Vaibhav, I am Mumbai, but come to Pune often.You are welcome to visit my place anytime.It would be nice to meet a buddy JavaRancher like you - never met one so far Regards, Sandeep