Win a Copy of Expert Spring MVC and Web Flow

Aloha Spring Framework fans! To celebrate the release of my (*) new book, Expert Spring MVC and Web Flow, I'm holding a little contest right here. Someone, maybe even you, will win a free copy of the book!

I will send a copy to the person that can best express what it will take for the Spring Framework to continue to remain a strong force in web application development through the next 5 years. What's your vision for continued relevance for the Spring Framework, especially in web application development? What might be missing that would be required to continue to compete in a crowded and active market?

The winner will be judged on most creative and practical vision for the future of web development with the Spring Framework. It's completely subjective, and I'm the only judge. Write your entries with this post's comments fields, and I'll close the contest one week from this posting.

This is not a Spring love-in, as we all know it's a no-brainer for Java web application development today. I want to know what does it have to do to compete in the future?

Think outside the box! Think inside the box! There's no box at all!

(*) With Darren Davison, Steven Devijver, and Colin Yates
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