Neuroph Got The Duke's Choice Award
Neuroph project has won the Duke's Choice Award 2013 !
The Duke’s Choice Awards recognize and honor extreme innovation in the world of Java technology, and are granted
to the most innovative uses of the Java platform. Because the primary judging criteria is innovation, the awards
put even small developers on an equal footing with multinational giants. The winners are selected by Oracle’s Java technology leadership team.
Neuroph team thanks to all Neuroph contributors and users all around the world for making this possible!
We're very happy that Neuroph project has been recognized as the leader in inovation on Java Platform in its domain,
and we hope that this award will be big push for the Neuroph project and Artificial Intelligence open source community in general.
Read the Java Magazine article on the 2013 Duke's Choice Awards and announcement at java.net
Here are some cool pics from the Duke's Choice Award ceremony and JavaOne
Receiving Duke from Arun Gupta, Java EE & GlassFish Evangelist at Oracle Corporation
Congratulations from Sharat Chander, Principle Product Director at Oracle
All Duke's Choice Award Winners
Zoran Sevarac speaking at NetBeans day with James Gosling (father of Java language)
Zoran Sevarac speaking at NetBeans Day with John Jullion-Ceccarelli, NetBeans Engineering Director