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May 1, 2007

Fish for a Flat-Screen TV

Filed under: webservices — arungupta @ 2:52 pm
A 52-inch Flat screen TV for a blog entry, that makes your blog entry worth $3299.99 + tax. Really, that’s all you need to do. In three simple steps:
  1. Download and install Java EE 5 SDK Update3 Preview or GlassFish v2
  2. Try it’s new and exciting features
  3. Blog about it and provide a link to your blog.

Here is why you may like to download and try them:

  • Clustering, Load balancing and other enterprise features
  • Web Services Interoperability Technology (WSIT, aka Project Tango) – Microsoft interoperability
  • NetBeans IDE integrated experience
  • Native SOA support through Java Business Integration (JBI)
  • Web 2.0 application development using Ajax, Scripting and REST

Hurry, the contest ends Jun 15, 2007. I use GlassFish all the time but the Contest Rules would not let me participate.

Good luck to you and Go Fishing!

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  1. Hey, this is cheating, almost at the same level as sponsoring positive review writers. Cheap marketing, please call it off.

    Comment by kirillkh — May 3, 2007 @ 7:46 am

  2. From the ad:
    Try these new technologies and blog about your experience using GlassFish in production deployment. We would like to know how GlassFish’s reliability, performance, manageability, ease of use, and new features address your needs. You may also suggest new feature enhancements for the upcoming GlassFish V3 release. Please remember to mention the download location of GlassFish in your blog.
    It didn’t say that it had to be a positive blog, just a honest review. Your comment assumes that it needs to be positive, which isn’t a requirement – just honest evaluation. We’re confident that when you really give our product a full, honest look, you’ll like what you see, but that’s not the purpose of this promotion.

    Comment by Jim Driscoll — May 3, 2007 @ 10:51 am

  3. [Trackback] Two more days remaining and you could be the lucky winner of this 52" LCD HD TV. Here is what you need to do: Download and install Java EE 5 SDK Update3 Preview or GlassFish v2 Try it’s new…

    Comment by Arun Gupta's Blog — June 13, 2007 @ 7:19 pm

  4. I don’t view this as “cheating” at all. It’s a way to get people to see just how good Glassfish has become who might not otherwise take the time to do it.
    I’ve been a Glassfish/SJSAS user for several years now. The only knock on it that I can say still holds water, is that it isn’t as widely used as it could be. Anything that Sun can do to get the word out is fine by me and certainly there is no harm in offering a prize like this.

    Comment by Darrin — June 24, 2007 @ 7:23 am

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