March 17th, 2008 | Published in Google Open Source
We'd like to thank the Google Guice developers and users who helped jolt the industry in 2007. Dr. Dobb's honored Guice with the 18th annual Jolt Award in the Libraries, Frameworks and Components category:
The Jolt Awards recognize those products, books, and websites that have "jolted" the industry in the past year. Winners are selected by a panel of judges consisting of industry insiders, columnists, and technology leaders.
Past Jolt winners include Josh Bloch for his book Effective Java, Google Groups, and Java 2, to name a few.
Guice makes Java code easier to write, change, unit test and reuse. In a word: agile. Once you've tried Guice, you'll wonder how you lived without it. If you're interested in learning more, check out our introductory tech talk and the Guice home page.