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Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
Java in the Age of the JVM
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Java in the Age of the JVM

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Slides from my FOSDEM 2012 Java devroom talk.

Slides from my FOSDEM 2012 Java devroom talk.

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  • 1. Java in the Age of the JVM 10.20.2005February 2012
  • 2. http://redmonk.com/public/fosdem2012.pdf 2
  • 3. One Year Ago 3
  • 4. FOSDEM 2011 4
  • 5. 5
  • 6. Unanswered, however… 6
  • 7. Java vs JVM 7
  • 8. Language or Platform 8
  • 9. “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
  • 10. Java = JVM is the new “Java is Dead” 10
  • 11. Some Numbers 11
  • 12. And by some numbers,I mean a lot of numbers 12
  • 13. HN 13
  • 14. LinkedIn Growth 14
  • 15. LinkedIn Members 15
  • 16. GitHub Rankings1.  Java (5)2.  Scala (18)3.  Clojure (22)4.  Groovy (23) 16
  • 17. GitHub Change 17
  • 18. Ohloh Monthly Contributors 18
  • 19. 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
  • 20. The Wider World 20
  • 21. Language Tiers 21
  • 22. Tiobe Rankings1.  Java (1)2.  Groovy (36)3.  Scala (51*)4.  Clojure (NR)5.  JRuby (NR) 22
  • 23. Employment Opportunities 23
  • 24. So? 24
  • 25. “Good news, everyone” 25
  • 26. Java-the-language is still growing 26
  • 27. And so are the JVM based languages 27
  • 28. For Example 28
  • 29. The lesson? 29
  • 30. DON’T BELIEVE THE HYPE 30
  • 31. Java is [still] not dead 31
  • 32. Twitter: sogradyWeb: redmonk.com/sogrady 32

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