" Again this year, Sun turned out to be the company taking home the most wins. Sun repeated their honors by taking home five of this year's awards. Java related products overall turned out to be a big winner. "
But Open Source has clearly outperformed Sun ... with 6 wins ...
1.Technology of the Year:AJAX From Mozilla Developer Center
2.Development Tool of the Year:Eclipse From the Eclipse Foundation
3.Development Utility of the Year:Ant From The Apache Software Foundation
4.Database Tool or Add-in of the Year:MySQL 5.0 From MySQL AB
5..NET Tool or Add-in of the Year(The Winning Non-Microsoft product):Mono .NET Framework From mono-project.com
6.Open Source Tool of the Year (Tie):OpenOffice 2.0 From OpenOffice.org and Firefox From Mozilla Foundation
1.Framework of the Year:JavaServer Faces From Sun Microsystems Inc.
2.Wireless/Mobile Development Tool or Add-in of the Year:J2ME™ Wireless Toolkit From Sun Microsystems Inc.
3.Security Tool or Add-in of the Year:Sun Java System Identity Manager From Sun Microsystems Inc.
4.Java Tool/Add-in of the Year:Sun Java™ Studio Creator By Sun Microsystems Inc.
5.JSR (Java Specification Request) of the Year:JSR 244: Java EE 5.0
1.Web Service Product of the Year:Google APIs From Google Inc.
1..NET Tool or Add-in of the Year:Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2005 From Microsoft Corporation
1.Wireless/Mobile Development Tool or Add-in of the Year:(Runner up)Sybase® PocketBuilder 2.0 From Sybase Inc.
It all sounds Geek to me! [Gautam Arora]
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