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Slides from my FOSDEM 2012 Java devroom talk.

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  • Java in the Age of the JVM 10.20.2005February 2012
  • http://redmonk.com/public/fosdem2012.pdf 2
  • One Year Ago 3
  • FOSDEM 2011 4
  • 5
  • Unanswered, however… 6
  • Java vs JVM 7
  • Language or Platform 8
  • “Almost all of the best Javadevelopers that I know (includingmany who ran Java user groups,podcasts, started well knownprojects) would choose to use Scalaon a new project rather than Java.” HN user: strlen 9
  • Java = JVM is the new “Java is Dead” 10
  • Some Numbers 11
  • And by some numbers,I mean a lot of numbers 12
  • HN 13
  • LinkedIn Growth 14
  • LinkedIn Members 15
  • GitHub Rankings1.  Java (5)2.  Scala (18)3.  Clojure (22)4.  Groovy (23) 16
  • GitHub Change 17
  • Ohloh Monthly Contributors 18
  • Ohloh Metrics OpenJDK Clojure Groovy JRuby ScalaCost $141M $ .792M $3.12M $9.92M $3.5MCommits 14707 2192 8012 14515 15020Committers 160 72 58 120 76YOY Increasing Decreasing Stable Stable StableCommits 19
  • The Wider World 20
  • Language Tiers 21
  • Tiobe Rankings1.  Java (1)2.  Groovy (36)3.  Scala (51*)4.  Clojure (NR)5.  JRuby (NR) 22
  • Employment Opportunities 23
  • So? 24
  • “Good news, everyone” 25
  • Java-the-language is still growing 26
  • And so are the JVM based languages 27
  • For Example 28
  • The lesson? 29
  • DON’T BELIEVE THE HYPE 30
  • Java is [still] not dead 31
  • Twitter: sogradyWeb: redmonk.com/sogrady 32