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  • 1. The Rise and Fall and Rise of Java November 2011
  • 2. The Rise
  • 3. The History Soure: Tiobe Programming Community Index
  • 4. The Fall
  • 5. The Decline
  • 6. The Analysts
  • 7. Forrester's Mike Gualtieri
  • 8. Forrester's John Rymer
  • 9. The Events
  • 10.
    • Source: Ars Technica
  • 11. vs
  • 12. What developers were asking us in 2010 Source: RedMonk Analytics
  • 13. vs
  • 14. vs
  • 15. vs
  • 16. Unipolar, Bipolar or Multipolar
    • the ASF
    • the Eclipse Foundation
    • Google
    • IBM
    • Oracle
    • OSGi
    • Red Hat
    • VMware Springsource
  • 17. SpringSource
    • “ For the first time in 10 years, I have no
    • desire to go to JavaOne.”
    • Rod Johnson, CEO SpringSource
    • Spring made JEE less painful
    • Groovy
    • RabbitMQ
    • Cloud Foundry
  • 18. Language Fragmentation
  • 19. The Rise
  • 20. +
  • 21.  
  • 22.  
  • 23.  
  • 24.  
  • 25. Java Mentions on Open Source List Traffic
  • 26.  
  • 27.  
  • 28.  
  • 29. Has Java Peaked ?
  • 30. Everything is relative
  • 31. The evidence does not support the claim that Java is a “ dead end”
  • 32. Java is no longer as popular
  • 33. What Java is is the most popular
  • 34. When Web Companies Grow Up
  • 35. Google even does stuff like
  • 36. Embrace and extend: the sincerest form of flattery
    • “ We saw more and more people were writing cloud applications in Java .”
    • - Amitabh Srivastava, Microsoft SVP Server and Cloud Division, announcing “first class support” for Java in Azure
  • 37. Language Diversity and the JVM
  • 38. Hadoop at Facebook
    • http://hadoopblog.blogspot.com/2010/05/facebook-has-worlds-largest-hadoop.html
  • 39. Brains
    • sss