By Tori Wieldt-Oracle on Sep 22, 2013
Honored at JavaOne, the 2013 Duke's Choice Awards prove that lots of innovation is happening in the Java community. This year’s Duke’s Choice Award winners range from the serious and cerebral to the practical, amusing, and entertaining. These projects are pushing the frontiers of medicine and technology by simulating the human brain and musculoskeletal system; providing guidance to cars on the highway, satellites in space, and robotic fish under water; training tomorrow’s Java programmers; making Java applications more secure; and building communities. Read more about them in the feature article of the latest Java Magazine.
2013 Duke's Choice Award Winners
(in alphabetical order by organization name)
- Contrast, Contrast Security
- Devoxx4Kids, DEVOXX
- The Dutch Java User Group, NLJUG
- ISIM, ISBAK
- Bintray, JFrog
- jCardSim, Licel
- GEONS Ground Support System, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
- OpenSim, The National Institutes of Health Center for Biomedical Computation and National Center for Simulation in Rehabilitation Research
- Jessikommand, Robotswim
- Neuroph, University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Organizational Sciences
CONGRATUATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS!
The Duke's Choice Award program is open to all members of the Java community and nominations are accepted by anyone, including Oracle employees, for any compelling use of Java technology. The most important ingredient is innovation. It recognizes and celebrates the innovation that Java delivers.