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Celebrating Innovation in the Java Ecosystem

Final Call for JAX Innovation Awards Nominations

Jessica Thornsby
Final-Call-for-JAX-Innovation-Awards-Nominations

Just one week left to nominate your favourite technology, company, organisation or individual for the JAX Innovation Awards.

Do you know a technology, company, organisation or individual who makes an outstanding contribution to Java? With the JAX Innovation Awards, we are celebrating this culture of innovation that epitomises the world’s number one programming language, and you have just one week left to get your nominations in! We are still taking nominations in the following categories:

  • Most Innovative Java Technology
  • Most Innovative Java Company
  • Top Java Ambassador

We have already received a large volume of nominations across all categories, but to ensure the JAX Innovation Awards truly reflect everything the Java Ecosystem has to offer, we need you to nominate even more of your favourite technologies, companies, and individuals! Visit the JAX Innovation Awards website now, to make your nomination!

After nominations have closed, our expert panel will review every entry and create a shortlist – then it’s back over to you, in a community vote to determine the winners! Our expert panel includes RedMonk’s James Governor; Groovy, Grails and GPars committer, Dierk König; Kito Mann, editor-in-chief of JSF Central, Duke’s Choice Award 2005 winner Fabiane Bizinella Nardon; Ted Neward of Neward & Associates; Bruno Souza, Java champion and evangelist, industry reporter Darryl K. Taft; and Sebastian Meyen of S&S Media.

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