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* Winners: Blogging Contest now posted

Henry Wong
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First, a big thanks to all who submitted candidates for our blogging contest.

The winners are to be announced in a few weeks. Our judges are currently hard at work going though all the submissions.




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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Our winner is Scott Shipp who wrote about making FizzBuzz extensible. Scott will be featured in a future JavaRanch Journal. Congratulations Scott!

Honorable mentions go to Abijit Ghosh's Chrome VM and Abhi Murali JMockit examples.

Thank you to go all the posters who shared entries; we look forward to seeing more in this forum from you. And thank you to the other mods who served with me on the judging panel.


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Also, I gave our three winners three cows each for their popular posts. If you check their posts now you see three little cows with the post and (at least) three cows next to their name of the left.
Amit Ghorpade
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Congratulations to the winners and happy mooo from the cows earned

Thank you all participants for your blogs.
Don't worry about the beers consumed during the event, they are on the house.


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