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Community voting now open for the JAX Innovation Awards 2014

Lucy Carey
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You’ve submitted your nominations, now it’s time to cast your vote for the cream of the developer community 2014.

Over the last month we have had many interesting and diverse nominations sent our way for the JAX Innovation Awards 2014, in the form of Most innovative Java Technology, Most innovative Open Technology, and Most innovative Open Tech Business.

Community voting is officially open  from today until May 12th - make sure to get yours in, and give the people making genuine waves in the industry the recognition you think they deserve. Click here to get submitting!

We would like to thank every one of you who has taken the time to submit a nomination. And without further ado, here are your top picks:

Most innovative Java Technology

  • Vert.x

  • Spring Boot

  • Frege Language

  • Neo4j the open source graph database

  • Atmosphere Framework

Most innovative Open Technology

  • openHAB – empowering the smart home

  • NGINX

  • RoboVM

  • Akka

  • Docker

Most innovative Open Tech Business

  • CloudBees

  • JFrog

  • Neo Technology

  • Ohloh, The Black Duck Open Hub

  • Hazelcast

We need YOU to vote on who you think deserves to wear the crown of top Java innovater and who/what deserve the accolade of most innovative open technology and business. 

Winners will be announced at the award ceremony on May 14th as part of our JAX 2014, which is taking place in Mainz, Germany.

Good luck to everyone who has been nominated and congratulations to everyone who made the shortlist!

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