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Survival of the Forges

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Slides for a Black Duck sponsored webinar held 6/2/11. They examine quantitatively questions of language/runtime fragmentation and forge/code hosting venue popularity.

Slides for a Black Duck sponsored webinar held 6/2/11. They examine quantitatively questions of language/runtime fragmentation and forge/code hosting venue popularity.

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    Survival of the Forges Survival of the Forges Presentation Transcript

    • Survival of the ForgesJune 201110.20.2005
    • Hypothesis:Fragmentation is accelerating2
    • Commit Spread Shows Diversity3
    • Forge Data Supports This Claim4
    • Takeaway:Heterogeneity is the new normBest tool for the job5
    • Hypothesis:GitHub is a new center of gravity6
    • YTD Commits Indicate Strong Traction7
    • GitHubs Immediate Traction Differentiates 8
    • Scored Performance Has GitHub at #19
    • Forge Performance by Language Type10
    • Breaking Down the Volume Forges11
    • Popular Languages By Forge12
    • Takeaway:Developers advantage GitHubGrowth primarily from Google CodeGitHub core to developer strategy13