2013 China Duke’s Choice Award
By Tori Wieldt-Oracle on Jul 22, 2013
The 2013 China Duke’s Choice Award, exclusively for China’s Java community, recognizes outstanding individuals and projects based on Java technology. After review of the nominations submitted by the Java community, Oracle is pleased to announce the winners: Zheng Ye of Moco technology of ThoughtWorks, Jia Ke for X Fantasy of Handseeing Information, and Zhang Hailong for the Java-based Web development technology of OSChina.net. The winners were honored at a banquet in Shanghai.
Here are details about the winners:
• Moco technology – Moco is a simulation server program library/tool. It aims to tackle the integration problem that has plagued the Java enterprise-level development. Moco supports API or independent operations. With API, the developers can use Moco within the test frameworks like JUnit or JBehave to greatly eliminate the complexity of integration point test. The API design of Moco is based on particular Domain Specific Language (DSL), thus enhancing the readability of code. The independent operation allows Moco to go beyond the Java platform; it can be used for front-end development to simulate a complete Web server.
• X Fantasy – X Fantasy is a MMORPG real-time combat game running on a Web browser, which is developed with Jgnet - an advanced Java-based RIA engine. The game is user-friendly and offers a lot of fantastic features, such as stunning graphics comparable with client Web games, super-realistic attack impacts, comprehensive professions and skills, instance mode support, and group fighting, to provide players the most enjoyable fighting experience.
• Java-based Web development technology of OSChina.net – OSChina.net is a comprehensive programmer community. With the reasonable optimized configurations and cache architecture designed for business, OSChina.net creates a highly efficient and practical Java Web Service.
"These first winners of the 2013 China Duke’s Choice Award are spear-heading a truly diverse and creative set of Java-based projects" said Peter Utzschneider, VP of product management at Oracle.