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The JAX Innovation Awards are returning for their 8th year

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Your chance to nominate the people you believe are creating a buzz in the Javasphere or making waves and leading the way in open tech innovation.

At this year’s JAX Mainz, not only will you see the regular deepdive sessions, workshops and keynotes on the Java ecosystem and the rich mix of related open technologies that it entails – you’ll also get the chance to honour your peers and give them the recognition they deserve.

Since 2007, JAX has rewarded those fostering open innovation and shared business models based on truly effective technology.

It‘s down to you, the community, to vote for the most groundbreaking and talented developers on the scene. We want to know who you believe is making big waves in the sphere of open technologies in the following categories:

  • Most Innovative Java Technology: Including core Java technologies & tools, Scala, Groovy, Android, Eclipse, and other JVM languages.

  • Most Innovative Open Technology: Including Web technologies, JavaScript, Tools, and mobile and embedded technology.

  • Most Innovative Open Tech Business: Focused on the businesses that foster creativity and demonstrate real commitment to innovation in web technologies, productivity tools, or the mobile & embedded space.

To ensure your voice is heard, you must get your nominations to us by 14th March, when our panel of distinguished judges from around the world will select five finalists. However, the final vote will be down to you. Don’t miss this chance to celebrate your peers and give a truly global platform to their work.

Visit http://jax.de/awards2014/ to submit your nominations and learn more about the JAX Innovation Awards.

Submit your nominations here by 31st March.

The JAX Innovation Awards will be part of JAX 2014 taking part from 12 – 16 May, 2014 in Mainz, Germany. Visit www.jax.de for more information
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