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A drop of happiness !

The winners of Top 10 Java Professionals (Sponsored by eBay & MetricStream) have been declared....

This post does not conatin anything technical, rather sharing a  bit of personal glory. Check this out, if you are curious -


Sreevani said…
Congratulations Jobinesh! Little drops can make an ocean.Hope you get many such drops :)
Jobinesh said…
Thanks Sreevani !
Prabakar. said…
Congratulations GURU!... Keep rocking.. :)
Praveen said…
Congrats Jobinesh..
Steven Davelaar said…
congrats, well done and well deserved!

Gopinath J... said…
Congrats master.. :)

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