Day Software Launches Java Developer Competition
The contest, which runs into the summer, is designed to have developers use the JCR API.LAS VEGAS - Day Software is launching the company's first global Day JCR Cup 2008 competition, designed to encourage the development of content-centric applications based on the Java Content Repository application programming interface for content access. Day Software on March 26 announced the competition at TheServerSide Java Symposium here. Day Software sells global content management and content infrastructure software. The JCR API for content access is known as Java Specification Request (JSR) 170.
Day officials said contest participants will be able to leverage Day's CRX, a fully JCR-compliant content repository based on Apache Jackrabbit, and the bundled rapid Web development framework to create blogs, wikis, business process management, multi-channel content delivery and enterprise content management applications that demonstrate originality, high-quality design and code, appropriate use of the JCR API.