Show your love for Java


Ask a dozen techies about the best programming language and you’ll likely end up with 13 opinions, and a few objects might get thrown. But has your love of your programming tools ever won you anything other than an argument? Well, now’s your chance!

We’re running a Facebook contest to find out which Java framework (if any) you prefer, and why. When the contest ends March 12, 2013, we will randomly select one name out of the proverbial hat to win a brand new Kindle Fire HD with an 8.9” display.

So what are you waiting for? Hop on over to our Facebook page, click on the Java Sweeps tab, like us, and tell us the framework you think is best.

Good luck!

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