Monday, August 20, 2007

Contest: Opine On Closures In One Sentence

The first Sticker Contest on POJOs was fun: with the success of the last post, it's time for Sticker Contest #2!

The gist: the ladies stated their case in the nightclubs. Now it's your turn.

Write a single sentence that states the case for (or even against) closures in Java 7. Send your entry to "codetojoy" @t (gmail).

Be earnest. Or creative. Or funny.... The choice is yours, but be brief.

The contest will end August 31. Winners (see rules) will get a free sticker (either "Code to Joy" or "+1 For Closures") and CodeToJoy pays postage.

ps. Here are some more contest rules. (Though note that most likely more than one person from a given country can win.)

pps. If you have written a closure proposal or contributed to the debate with a major article (e.g. Neal Gafter, James Gosling, Brian Goetz, and others), then you're a Diamond Member! Membership has privileges: a free sticker. Just let me know if you're interested.

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