How Java got its Mojo Back - James Governor (Redmonk)
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Whether we're talking Analytics, Big Data, Cloud, NoSQL, Continuous Integration and Deployment, Mobile computing or Minecraft, Java is at the nexus of the mass convergence of trends we're currently seeing in tech. It's still fashionable in Web developer circles to dismiss Java the language, but its not going anywhere, and the JVM as we know it goes from strength to strength. In this talk James Governor will look to put the return of Java into context, with both stories, and quantitative data.

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  • 1. How Java Got Its Mojo Back ` 10.20.2005 October 2013
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  • 3. “As a citizen primarily of the Web, I can’t help but notice that in recent years, its interesting bits (Facebook, Wikipedia, Twitter, 37 Signals, Ravelry) are largely not being built in Java.” Tim Bray, Ongoing, July 2010 3
  • 4. Forrester's Mike Gualtieri 4
  • 5. Java Turns Grey Source: Statwing 5
  • 6. vs C/C++ Java vs C / C++ monthly commits [Ohloh] 6
  • 7. True, But… Java vs JavaScript monthly commits [Ohloh] 7
  • 8. And this Java vs JavaScript monthly contributors [Ohloh] 8
  • 9. And this Java vs JavaScript monthly projects [Ohloh] 9
  • 10. Language Fragmentation 10
  • 11. The 2013 Landscape 11
  • 12. The 2013 Jobs 12
  • 13. The List Traffic Trending 13
  • 14. The Projects 14
  • 15. The Relevance 15
  • 16. vs 16
  • 17. The Role 17
  • 18. The Awesome UI 18
  • 19. The Usage 19
  • 20. Has Java Peaked? 20
  • 21. When Web Companies Grow Up 21
  • 22. Hadoop is Eating the World 22
  • 23. Java is Still The Engineer’s Choice 23
  • 24. Yet Frameworks Matter 24
  • 25. The RedMonk Top 5 1.JavaScript 2.Java 3.PHP 4.Python 5.Ruby 25
  • 26. The RedMonk Top 5 1.JavaScript (Node.js) 2.Java 3.PHP 4.Python (Django) 5.Ruby (Rails) 26
  • 27. Compare with InfoQ: “Top 20 Web Frameworks for the JVM,” 10.9.12 27
  • 28. The Paradox of Choice 28
  • 29. FRAMEWORKS ARE EVOLVING 29
  • 30. Going small 30
  • 31. 31
  • 32. 32
  • 33. 33
  • 34. Hacker News 34
  • 35. State of the Stacks 35
  • 36. + 36
  • 37. vs 37
  • 38. Brains sss 38
  • 39. QUESTIONS 39