No Magic took JavaOne by storm, with a booth adjacent to IBM, demonstrating our award winning UML/BPM based architecture tool MagicDraw, and talking about our training/consulting services around the software development lifecycle (SDLC). The well known MagicDraw capabilities attracted new visitors interested in architecture and business process modeling. Many came in the No Magic booth saying that they heard about MagicDraw from their friends or colleagues. Our existing customers came by to see and compliment us on all the new MagicDraw features. The MagicDraw booth was filled non-stop from opening hours until the end of the conference day, a compliment we appreciate greatly.
The famous No Magic sweepstakes did take place on Thursday. We trust Al Brown from FileNet Corporation was pleased with the result, as he won the maxed-out laptop, our main prize; and there were also 11 happy winners of MagicDraw licenses:
- Jody Box from Acxiom Corp.;
- Scott Jones from Acxiom Corp.;
- Quan Luu from AOL;
- Amit Halder from CCC Information Services;
- Max Kuznetsov from Ciber, Inc.;
- Darmesh Sethi from Citigroup;
- Kenneth Daniel from i2S;
- Kamalakar Pinnaka from McKesson;
- Dongxiao Yang from Siemens;
- Hao Dong from Sun Microsystems;
- Lauren Orsi from SYS-CON Media.
Here are some pictures if you were unable to visit us at JavaOne 2006.
The annual JavaOne conference ended with a bang from No Magic. This year was the biggest JavaOne of all: 14,000+ attendees from 65 countries to share the power of Java, and we talked to many of you. We hope to see you there again next year to see the surprises MagicDraw has in store for you in the coming year!