Best javafx coding challenge podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Tune in to listen opinions of product experts who use Sun technologies and blog about their experiences to both share their insight and examples, as well as help other developers better understand these technologies. Reviews Interactive talks to these experts from around the world to discuss new product updates and releases, how they are utilizing the technologies in their current projects, and what they hope to see in the future.
 
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Kazuki Hamasaki, a student at Kagoshima University, Japan was one of three student winners in the JavaFX Coding Challenge. Kazuki talks about his winning application, CalcFX, and about his experience with JavaFX.
 
Sten Anderson, a Software Engineer at Citytech in Chicago, took home the grand prize and $25,000 in the JavaFX Coding Challenge. Sten talks about JavaFX and how he used it to create Music Explorer FX, a visual tool that takes users on a journey to discover new music.
 
Diego Benna, a student at Padua University, Italy was one of three student winners in the JavaFX Coding Challenge. Diego talks about his winning application, Real Track Car Race, and about his experience with JavaFX.
 
Evgeni Sergeev, a student at the University of Western Australia, took home third prize and $5,000 in the JavaFX Coding Challenge. Evgeni talks about JavaFX and how he used it to create ShiningEtherFX, a tool for quickly designing attractive backgrounds for slides, web page headers, and brochures.
 
Ramin Mohammadi, one of three student winners in the JavaFX Coding Challenge, talks about his winning application, Caesar Photobook Mobile, and about his experience with JavaFX.
 
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