Announcing the JavaOne JetBrains Lottery Winners
It’s been almost a month since JavaOne, and we’re finally catching up with our raffle winner announcements. This year we departed from our traditional license raffle and instead suggested that attendees fill out a card with positive or negative feedback about IntelliJ IDEA (or both).
Thanks to everyone who took part in this small survey! While we get a lot of inspiration from your positive feedback, the negative kind shows us where there’s most work still to be done.
And here are the winners, each of whom gets a free personal IntelliJ IDEA License:
- Hiroshi Koizumi
- John Gonzalez
- Sebastian Hennebrueder
- Bob Sturm
- Karthik Bala
Your licenses should be waiting for you in your e-mail inbox!
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