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    • 10.20.2005The Rise and Fall and Rise of JavaJune 2013
    • The Rise
    • The HistorySoure: Tiobe Programming Community Index
    • The Fall
    • Java and AgeSource: Statwing
    • But…vs C/C++Java vs C / C++ monthly commits [Ohloh]
    • True, But…Java vs JavaScript monthly commits [Ohloh]
    • And thisJava vs JavaScript monthly contributors [Ohloh]
    • And thisJava vs JavaScript monthly projects [Ohloh]
    • The Analysts
    • Forresters Mike Gualtieri
    • Forresters John Rymer
    • The Events
    • vs
    • What developers were asking us in 2010Source: RedMonk Analytics
    • vs
    • Language Fragmentation
    • The Rise
    • The 2013 Landscape
    • The 2013 Jobs
    • The List Traffic Trending
    • The Projects
    • The Role
    • The Relevance
    • The Usage
    • Has Java Peaked?
    • Yes
    • But everything isrelative
    • The evidence simply does notsupport the claim that Java is a “dead end”
    • Java is no longer as popular
    • What Java is isvery popular
    • What’s next?
    • EASY WINS
    • Consider
    • application/json!Just kidding
    • What do these have incommon?1
    • FRAMEWORKSMATTER
    • The RedMonk Top 51.  JavaScript2.  Java3.  PHP4.  Python5.  Ruby
    • The RedMonk Top 51.  JavaScript (Node.js)2.  Java3.  PHP 4.  Python (Django)5.  Ruby (Rails)
    • Compare withInfoQ: “Top 20 Web Frameworks for the JVM,” 10.9.12
    • The Paradox of Choice
    • FRAMEWORKS AREEVOLVING
    • Going small
    • Embracing asynchronosity** Not a real word
    • QUESTIONS