JavaPolis License Drawing Results
We’re glad to announce the winners of the IntelliJ IDEA license drawing held at JetBrains booth at the recent JavaPolis conference.
Everyone visiting JetBrains booth was welcome to fill out a simple card to participate and have a chance of winning a personal license for IntelliJ IDEA.
Christmas’s knocking on the doors and so it’s time to draw a conclusion and announce the winners.
For that, we put all the cards in our lottery sampling machine, (you can see it below, operated by Dmitry Jemerov and Maria Khalusova) and it all was done in a matter of seconds.
Now, cross your fingers — here’s the list of lucky winners, who receive a Personal IntelliJ IDEA 7.0 License right away:
- Christian Van Laer
- Sally Keestra
- Emmanuel Cornette
- Peter Bernhauser
- Laurent Van Basselaere
- Jonas Partner
- Antac Fazakas
- Lukasz Degus
- Philippe Quirynen
- Fabrice Begare
We would like to thank everyone who came by our booth for all the feedback you have given us during the conference. Even if you didn’t win a license in the drawing — don’t worry much about it. You can still have fun with 30 day unlimited trial, waiting for you right here.
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