And the winners are ... <h1>Grzegorz Klebus</h1> and <h1>shailesh sonavadekar</h1> There were 58 valid entries, probably about 30 people. So the odds of getting a book were really good! Questions? Comments? Should we do this again?
Congratulations to the winners... I am ver happy to see sailesh's name as the winner. He really answered many queries. Yes we should do this more often so that people relly needing the books get an opportunity as well impart their knowledge in the process Good job Mr Paul. I am not too sure whether this is the right time to say but still why dod't you add a rreserachers forum to your sallon Preety Agarwal
hi , paul & all the javaranchers in this disscussion forum , thank you very , very much for giving this big accolade. see , i haven't participated in the forum for winning books. It gave me real satisfaction when People like Preety , Jeff , Rahul got satisfied with my replys. It is nice to see smiles on the faces. thank you very , very much for selecting me for winner of this discussion forum. I will try to be contributor of highest quality for this discussion forum to help as many ethusiasts as possible. I will like to see more people from India Participating in this particular forum. I myself will try to bring quality people to this forum.It will be enriching experience for the people across the globe , to share the knowledge in knoledge management era. Paul , you are doing great job by having this site. But , more help shall come from Developed countries like US to countries like India , where there is lot of scarcity of resources like quality books , research papers , lots of free softwares. It will be great help for entire society through this software industry , if decided by the people of this industry , who intellectually solid , strong people. hi , preety , how are you doing? How can say you thanks for saying that You liked my to be there in the winner's list. I really appriciate your support for me. I will do my best to help you out. I really envy b'cause you have lifetime opp. of doing master's in s/w enng. You haven't told which univ. I think it is not secret. Let me know about your poject status & progress , if you wish to. happy studying. I want one help from you. Can You find out about oops books by Yourdon & coad. Possible indian student who doesn't use the. I want these books desparately. Please check this. Many Kudos to other winner Grzegorz Klebus. Paul , we must do it regularly. We must bring in qualitty pople to share their knowledge. It will be a great help to human race.I will also like to be winner all the times,as I am quite hungr of these techi books , especially I am great fan of Martin Fowler , Kent Beck & ward Cunningham & alistair cockburn. Paul , one morerequest. Don't forget to start the forum on RUP , XP , DRUP , DXP. I will definitely like to be the moderator. bye, it is getting to lengthy & boring. bye & thanks to paul , preety & all javaranchers.
I e-mailed you the official winning thing so you can pick you book and all. My, what a lovely acceptance speech. This alone makes it worth doing this more often. As for the new forum on process, read my message in the JavaRanch forum. I need to know if you agree to do all of that hard work. If so, I'll have the forum set up today.
Joined: Oct 12, 2000
thank you very much paul. I have thanked so many people , but I have not thanked my teacher ( In India , Teachers are considred as equivalent to God.) As you know these people can really write your fate. I have been blessed with the opporutnity to have such a wonderful teacher , who is my friend , my mentor , my guide & my critique too. The criticism always help you to come down on earth. Thank you very much Prof. Rajesh Patkar , for all . thanks paul. I will go through the conditions soon. bye - bye & regards.
Joined: Sep 28, 2000
Dear Paul I mean a forum for researchers in the oop & java area . People can discuss about the research papers,ideas and problems they are encountering. how to go about research etc.
Hi Javaranchers, I was very excited seeing that I won (who wouldn't)! Thanks for the opportunity. Well... I have to admit that I had a closer look at Javaranch and participated in the discussion after I had seen Paul's announcement on a newsgroup (btw, it was well worth doing ;-) I'm happy that the other winner is a frequent contributor (congratulations, Shailesh -- seems like my major contribution was a properly formatted user name ;-). Anyway, I find Javaranch discussions very interesting and having a substantially better signal-to-noise ratio than the Usenet. Regards, Greg