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SYS-CON Media Announces the 2007 Java Developer's Journal Readers' Choice Awards

The awards recognize the best products and tools for Java technologies

Best Java Component
Winner

Infragistics JSuite, Infragistics, Inc.

Finalists
1) Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF), Eclipse Foundation
2) Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
3) JavaServer Faces 1.2, Sun Microsystems, Inc.

 
Best Java Data Access Tool
Winner

MyEclipse 5.0, Genuitec

Finalists
1) Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
2) BEA AquaLogic Data Services Platform, BEA Systems
3) Oracle TopLink, Oracle

 
Best Java Debugging Tool
Winner

Eclipse IDE, Eclipse Foundation

Finalists
1) IntelliJ IDEA 6.0, JetBrains
2) MyEclipse 5.0, Genuitec, LLC
3) BEA Workshop Studio, BEA Systems, Inc.

 
Best Java EE Application Development Framework
Winner

MyEclipse 5.0, Genuitec, LLC

Finalists
1) IntelliJ IDEA 6.0, JetBrains
2) Eclipse Web Tools, Eclipse Foundation
3) NetBeans 5.0, Sun Microsystems

 
Best Java Enterprise Service Bus
Winner

Fiorano ESB 2006, Fiorano Software, Inc.

Finalists
1) Open ESB, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
2) BEA AquaLogic Service Bus, BEA Systems
3) Oracle ESB, Oracle

 
Best Java IDE Environment
Winner

Eclipse, Eclipse Foundation

Finalists
1) MyEclipse 5.0, Genuitec, LLC
2) BEA Workshop, BEA Systems, Inc.
3) IntelliJ IDEA 6.0, JetBrains

 
Best Java Messaging Tool
Winner

SwiftMQ High Availability JMS Router, IIT Software

Finalists
1) Sun Java System Message Queue, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
2) IBM WebSphere MQ, IBM
3) FioranoMQ 2006, Fiorano Software, Inc.

 
Best Java Modeling Tool
Winner

MagicDraw UML, No Magic, Inc.

Finalists
1) MyEclipse 5.0, Genuitec, LLC
2) Eclipse Modeling Framework, Eclipse Foundation
3) Together 2006, Borland

 
Best Java Open Source Product
Winner

Eclipse, Eclipse Foundation

Finalists
1) Spring Framework, Interface21
2) NetBeans 5.0, NetBeans 5.0
3) Project GlassFish Java EE 5 Application Server, Sun Microsystems

 
Best Java Persistence Architecture
Winner

Hibernate, Red Hat Middleware

Finalists
1) BEA Kodo 4.1, BEA Systems, Inc.
2) Java Persistence API, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
3) TopLink, Oracle

 
Best Java Profiling / Testing Tool
Winner

JProfiler, ej-technologies GmbH

Finalists
1) NetBeans Profiler, Sun Microsystems
2) Oracle JDeveloper, Oracle
3) JRockit Mission Control, BEA Systems, Inc.

 
Best Java Project Build Tool
Winner

Ant, Apache

Finalists
1) Maven, Apache
2) TeamCity 1.0, JetBrains
3) JBuilder 2007 (TeamInsight), CodeGear/Borland

 
Best Java Reporting Tool
Winner

Style Report 8.0, InetSoft Technology

Finalists
1) Crystal Reports XI, Business Objects
2) JasperReports, JasperSoft
3) Oracle XML Publisher, Oracle

 
Best Java Rich Client Platform
Winner

MyEclipse 5.0, Genuitec, LLC

Finalists
1) Eclipse Rich Client Platform, Eclipse Foundation
2) Spring Rich Client Project, www.springframework.org
3) NetBeans 5.0, NetBeans 5.0

 
Best Java Technical Article
Winner

“An Introduction to the Java EE 5 Platform” by John Stearns, Roberto Chinnici, and Sahoo, Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Finalists
1) “The Java Persistence API – A Simpler Programming Model for Entity Persistence” by Rahul Biswas and Ed Ort, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
2) “Implementing Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) with the Java EE 5 SDK” by Gopalan Suresh Raj, Binod P.G., Keith Babo, and Rick Palkovic, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
3) “GUI Building in NetBeans IDE” contributed by Talley Mulligan, Sun Microsystems, Inc.

 
Best Java Virtual Machine
Winner

Java SE, Sun Microsystems

Finalists
1) JRockit, BEA Systems, Inc.
2) Java Developer Kit, IBM
3) Excelsior JET, Excelsior LLC
3) JamVM , JamVM

 
Best Java Web Service Toolkit
Winner

Java Web Services Developer Pack, Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Finalists
1) MyEclipse 5.0, Genuitec
2) BEA Workshop, BEA Systems, Inc.
3) Eclipse Web Tools, Eclipse Foundation

 
Best Team Development Tool
Winner

IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 with Team City 1.0, JetBrains

Finalists
1) NetBeans 5.0, Sun Microsystems
2) CA Harvest Change Manager, CA
3) Oracle JDeveloper, Oracle

 
Best Tool for Rich Internet Applications
Winner

Adobe Flex, Adobe

Finalists
1) MyEclipse 5.0, Genuitec
2) Google Web Toolkit, Google
2) NetBeans 5.0, Sun Microsystems
3) Oracle JDeveloper, Oracle

 
Most Innovative Java Product
Winner

Eclipse, Eclipse Foundation

Finalists
1) MyEclipse 5.0, Genuitec
2) NetBeans 5.0, Sun Microsystems
3) Oracle Developer Depot, Oracle Corp.

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