We had a contest where a panel of moderators choose the winning post from the Blog Around the Campfire forum. As a bit of insight int o our process, we looked at the posts in that forum that had the most "likes."
And the winner was . Drumroll please Scott Shipp was on using an enum to build an extensible Fizz Buzz solution.
Scott Shipp is a developer from Seattle, Washington usually found creating and maintaining Java enterprise web applications. He blogs at code.scottshipp.com in an attempt to pass on useful and practical tips he has learned from the trenches of his day job. In his spare time, he is a husband and father, and enjoys writing, reading science fiction (Philip K. Dick especially), and playing guitar.
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Jeanne Boyarsky has been a member of CodeRanch since 2003 and a moderator since 2004. She was involved in the original JForum migration and never stopped coding for the Ranch.
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