The Win With NetBeans Competition has Closed

In January 2005 ran a content competition, with an iPod as the grand prize. We had such a great response, and received so much good content, that after announcing the first iPod winner we requested the community vote for a second iPod winner. The community-voted second winner was announced in April.

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Competition Results

We are proud to announce the winners of the NetBeans Win an iPod competition. These articles were choosen as the best of the best from the wide array of submissions. We would like to say thank you and congratulations to the following prize winners.

  • Grand Prize iPod Winning Submission : Feedreader, Rich Unger
  • Second Place Prize Winners : Ben Suter, Jason Stapley and Randahl Fink Isaksen

We wish to thank all of the people who partook in the contest!

Published Articles

Article Number Article name Author
1 Stop Typing Source Code Randahl Fink Isaksen
2 Getting Started with NetBeans and Java Ben Suter
3 The Cool Auto Comment Tool In NetBeans 4.0 - Now Documentation can be fun! Jason Stapley
4 Debugging EJB Without Deployment Using Netbeans IDE Raguraman Krishnamurthy
5 How to Open Any Document Type From NetBeans Vincent Brabant
6 Using BEA WebLogic JRockitTM with NetBeans 4.0 Stephan Kesper
7 NetBeans Profiler Tutorial Gregg Sporar
8 A Simple MySQL Client in NetBeans Miki Shimizu
9 How to Create and Use a Mobile Class Library Tommi Laukkanen
10 Query Mapper Tool Zsolt Kiss
11 NetBeans IDE 4.0 Web Application Starter kit Bjørn O. Bakke
12 How to Create a J2ME MIDP RSS Reader Application with NetBeans 4.0 Tommi Laukkanen
13 Self-checking html input boxes Zsolt Kiss
14 Creating Shortcuts to Your Custom ANT Tasks Travis Romney
15 Case Study of NetBeans Profiler Ryoji Sawa
16 Customize Your NetBeans Java Template to Fit Your Need Arthur Cheng
17 Popup Calendar Using Linux cal command Zsolt Kiss
18 Presentation of NetBeans 4.0 (3 Parts) Jean-Baptiste Renaux

A special thanks to Y. Daniel Liang, PhD for his submission. Do to the size of the contribution it is not currently listed in the competition but will be reworked for a series of articles.

Also, we would also like to thank all of the NetBeans users who submitted documents for the competition that are not listed. Great work and thank you for supporting NetBeans!

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Prizes Include :

First Prize : an iPod Photo
1st Prize: An Apple iPod Photo

NetBeans T-shirts

2nd and 3rd Prizes : $100 credit at the NetBeans Shop;

Every published article: A NetBeans T-shirt (sample design shown) and lanyard